Holiday Inn Express Schereville North
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Ethnicities (% breakdown): Japanese 98.5%, Koreans 0.5%, Chinese 0.4%, other 0.6%
National Language(s): Japanese
Religion(s) practiced (% practiced): Shintoism 83.9%, Buddhism 71.4%, Christianity 2%, other 7.8%
Traditional Cuisine Descriptions:Many seafood products are used in Japanese cuisine in food like sushi along with rice being served at almost every meal.
Traditional Dress Descriptions:Woman wear ...
... be like, because what we got was a pretty big pizza! It was really good, and Dev to give her credit managed to finish. As I write this, we are now relaxing back in the apartment with some wine, and in my case some Reece's Pieces :) Tomorrow we get back on the Amtrak and head to Omaha. We both really enjoyed Chicago, great sights, good food, but overall a fun and active city to be a part of, even if just for a few days. ...
We got into Chicago around 12:30 in the afternoon. My first impression of the city was omg get me out of here! The drivers zipped around you. I thought driving in Toronto could be chaotic at times, but this was something else. We then got off the highway and to our final destination (Luckily our Bnb was directly off the highway).
As we came into the city you could see the clouds rolling ...
By the time the plane took off we were more than ready to be on our way to our first vacation destination. Grant and Chloé dropped off to sleep fairly quickly. Tiffani was so tired she fell asleep while watching the Kevin Hart movie! The two light sleepers George and Shay ended up staying up most of the flight, but we were all happy just to be en route to the land of the leprechaun.
Between the end of April and the beginning of June, I drove over 4500 miles (7000km) through 14 of the 50 states in the USA, all in the name of pygmy hippopotamus conservation research. But before leaving Florida and embarking on this epic hippo journey, I had an opportunity to visit some long-lost cousins. I didn't even know (remember?) that these cousins existed, but one of them produced proof that I had met them before. It was a yellowed photograph of them visiting my ...