Holiday Inn Chicago-Carol Stream
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... flowers and idyllic looking corn fields. We also got a glimpse of "The Badlands." We will have to save that for another trip along with the town of Keystone and a ride on the 1880 train. This along with the Spam museum and many other unanticipated small wonders. All things that we didn't get to do and would like to at some point.
... have to go back”
“Yes but we're 31 foot long, we can't
just turn around in this little space, can we turn around in the
motorcycle area over there?”
“That's for motorcycles.” (imagine
a large amount of frustration at this stage)
“Ok but we need to turn around so
what are we supposed to do? We can't turn here so can we turn around
in there please?”
She walks off to ask the man standing
... mix of people on the tour; a couple of families, one from Michigan and one from Canada; a few couples from Italy, Argentina, Spain and elsewhere in the States; a guy from Manchester and myself.
The tour was called "The Winter Loop Circuit" I think, and runs through the colder months of the year, with a lot of time spent inside rather than out in the cold. Shame really, as it meant that we didn't feel like we'd seen that much. He told us the history from the first settlers; ...
... I needed with my home across the pond. I feel like I should miss it and wish I was still there but I think I found the answer to why I don’t. Living in the UK is just one of the many exciting things I plan to do with my life so even though it may be over, there are plenty of things on my list that I need to accomplish. Being a foreigner was great fun and I now appreciate the luxuries of living in the ...
... did, somewhere in the middle of a working class area far from the centre of town. Chris saw the sign "pizzeria" and turned the car into the parking lot.It was a very attractive building, more like a house, and not at all alike the usual pizza place.
Turns out this was Lou Malnati's restaurant -- he was the one who, with his father, had originally invented Chicago's distinctive ...