Holiday Inn Express Chicago-Oswego
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I'm heading off to Australia tonight. I will be going to Australia, Fiji, Vanuatu, and other points unknown. But before I do, I have 22 hours of flying. Economy class. Thanks Celebrity- I love you, too. This is the start of my 2nd installment of the Travel Blog. At this point in my life, I've been to all 7 continents and over 65 countries. Too bad I didn't start 15 years ago! Oh yes. Blogging didn't exist then. Better late.... See you in a few days. Enjoy Monday. I'll miss it ...
... on yelp and
while it seemed like an interesting place to go because of the atmosphere, the
food didn’t get the best reviews saying that it was merely average. In my mind
I thought it might be overrated and not worth the extra miles we would put on
the RV (that we would have to pay for) and it looked like we had to take it on
a country road and wasn’t sure we should risk that again. I mean we were really
lucky in Arizona. So we skipped ...
Bottle & Bottega Uncorked, A cute art shop that offers 2 1/2 hour art instruction courses while you paint your heart away. The concept is so much fun and you can register for individual instruction, bring in parties or just join in on public painting days. The studio provides snacks while you BYOB. We will definitely have to plan an event!
Heading back to the barber shop after ...
... on my soul and are times that I look back on in fond memory. I have only missed 3 summers in my 29 years and I do not plan on missing many more. The peace and serenity and history that resides in the 1936 hand built cabin will be something I will treasure for years and years to ...
... I love this trail, it is a premier trail that compares to the best trails in the country. Soon we were upon our favorite hill on the other side of the Fox River, .....what a test! Normally we climb the hill at about 7 (8-9 for Devon) mph. Today with about 90 lbs of steel and gear under our bodies we did a respectable 5mph. Our new bikes were built for touring so the lowest gear on the front sprocket is a 24-tooth granny gear so ...