Holiday Inn Express Rolling Meadows
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... Depot and Target, we spotted the American haute-cuisine establishment of Steak&Shake. It was completely packed at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, but we got a place and ordered a hamburger, fries and a milkshake. Monica warned me that I might not be ready for this, but despite having been trying (quite succesfully!) to kick the sugar-habit, I felt confident. Until the tray with shakes walked up and I literally did a ...
... 45208;은 여행자가 되지 않을까 란 기대를 해본다.
Few lessons learned already. Choose sit wisely in the bus. See where the sun will be and seat on the other side. I didn't really think about that when I choose our seat and the sun is on our face whole time during this ride. Also ask the driver if the bus is full, if not we might be lucky enough to take two seats ...
... teams are big rivals the tickets are expensive $40 to stand (no thanks, not for 9 innings) or $65 for an obstructed view (umm no). The scalpers cheapest tickets are $50 so we decide to just take some photos and jump on the train again.
We try to get to a club that plays blues in the afternoon - Buddy Guys Legends bar. We get there just a little too late. The set had just finished. Boo again. We settle for having a drink at the bar. The place is pretty cool to look at. ...
... through the door. Due to spending a few weeks with them, I could spend a few days relaxing in their luxurious house. Additionally, her daughter, Toni, who is my age is studying so was also free in the week. This meant that she was able to take me on exciting day and night excursions so this was a pretty perfect set up to be honest. My first few days there, I pretty much just chilled out at gerri's house; watching pitch perfect, eating steak and drinking wine. We ...
... insert sarcasm> provided each of with $24 worth of vouchers to help ease our 7 hr airport stay. We surveyed the airport high and low to make the most of our vouchers. Two sandwiches and an hour later they were gone. Needing to vent, I once again made use of the rebooking phones yet again to negotiate $300 AA vouchers for each of us as compensation for the delay. Surely doesn't cover the loss of the day, but it put a little salve on the wound. Also purchased a bottle of Absolute Mandarin ...