Holiday Inn Express Schereville North
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... only when we needed to head downstairs to the adjoining 7/11 store for more boxes. At noon we took a break and walked down State Street to Jewel-Osco where we purchased ham, tomatoes, avocado and bagels for lunch. Back to the apartment for more packing, a quick break for lunch, further packing, a trip to a nearby FedEx store for bubble wrap, even more packing... and so our day continued. At 4:30pm we showered and changed, Sarah arrived home and the four of us walked to ...
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Flew to Steamboat ,Colorado which is about a three hour flight. Small a airport,only be used in winter season from Chicago. From the airport by shuttlebus to our accommodation in Steamboat. Lots and lots and lots of snow everywhere.The trees on the roads were not huge pine trees as we expected but smaller indigenous trees. All covered in snow which gives them a greyish appearance. The ...
... knowledge of the imperial measurement system) of blueberries for $2.99. We noted that the bananas (79c/lb) were from Costa Rica, Braeburn apples were from New Zealand. We also bought 2lb of sirloin or porterhouse steak at $6.99 per pound; this will become the basis of beef stroganoff for dinner tonight. From Whole Foods we ambled back to the apartment, where we were joined by Max and Sarah for lunch; Sarah then headed back to her office and ...