Holiday Inn Express Rolling Meadows
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... Talya and Dov treated me to their favourite, Lou Malnati's. What amazes me about restaurants here is the level of service. The moment you sit down, a glass of water is poured for you. This is free. If your glass isn't topped up by the time it's half full then the service isn't that great. Waiters and waitresses, or 'servers' as they call them here, always give the impression they care and aren't just there to take orders. They will stop and talk to you about the food if you ...
"Japanese Customs and Traditions." Japanese Customs and Traditions. Web. 31 Dec. 2014. <<a href="http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e638 .html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.japan-guid e.com/e/e638.html</a>>. This website reveals most of the Japan’s cultural practices. It also includes all of the festivals in Japan throughout the year.
"Japanese Colour Names & Seasonal Combinations." 14 May 2011. Web. 9 Jan. 2015. ...
... get-clothing-back was successful ! It was perfect timing. We drove in, wondering how we would get back in the unit, and lo and behold the door to our unit was open, I walked in to an empty condo, went to the dresser, opened up the drawer and all my clothes were still there. Tender mercy. We were on our way back out when the manager ...
... CTA blue line and getting to our hostel. Next off, we headed off to the Willis Tower to take in the city lights at night. After a few wrong turns, we finally got our directions sorted out. The L train roared above us as we made our way through the Loop along Jackson Avenue, and perhaps it was the late hour, but there wasn't too much of a line getting into the Skydeck. The view is pretty cool as ...
... would end up (life was good that way). This trip has been a completely different experience. I have 95% of the reservations made, calendar filled in, and I had to actually think about what I packed. For six people, we managed to get on the plane with only four suitcases and a carry on; I am hopeful I have what I wanted!
Several weeks ago we made plans with our Chicago family that, during our six hour layover, we would go to their house for brunch and a break at ...