Holiday Inn Express Chicago-Oswego
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... outfits tools. These connect to also the thigh or waist, and share pockets to transport ammunition pods. Some stomach harnesses also boast an extra bank account for both an added air reservoir or one separate from handgun, running it by using a remote control range. As with all other equipment, harnesses are available in numerous styles - often matching specific pants/jersey sets, but are also available in camoflauge for the ...
... and then in the afternoon we visited another family's home which was further out in a more rural setting. Beautiful. The boys shot some targets outside while the girls stayed indoors (it was so cold!) and played 'Qwirkle'. So fun to say the word how they do - a rrrreal rrrrrr sound - qwirrrrrkle!!! Heehee! It's funny how they love our 'accent'. What's with that?!! Blessed again by warm hospitality - very ...
... parking areas. The boxes hold electrical plugs and apparently, you can stay overnight here and plug into their electricity for very low rates. Good to know!
We were making excellent time even though we passed into the Central Time Zone which added an hour to our journey, and had planned to stay that night with Joe and Joan Morrissey, our good ...
Well, I'm all packed and ready for my first vacation to Asia. First off, I am only taking a backpack, Eddie Bauer brand on this trip....the same one I took to Roatan Island last May. This Adventure Is much longer than Honduras, so I needed to be creative on what to bring. My dear friend, Elizabeth, suggested to buy a large backpack in Bangkok at the night market when I meet her there on Sunday. Elizabeth is ...
... 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 ...