Holiday Inn Itasca (Woodfield Area)
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... I’ve sailed before, but nowhere near to this extent and nowhere near the length of time we were on the water: Nearly 60 hours aboard Dark Island, with Captain Tom McInerney, his wife Judi and seven crew members, including myself.
Mac Fact: There were 333 boats in the 2014 Chicago to Mackinac Race traveling 333 statute (land) miles. It is roughly 276 nautical miles from the starting point on Chicago's Lakefront, east of Downtown, to the ...
... where you can photograph yourself 180 degrees upwards and grassy patches, millennium park is a great relaxing, cultural find amongst the other busy touristy sights and it's also free which is always a plus for travellers. After a bit of walking round, I eventually headed towards the field museum of natural history. On the way, however, I stumbled across the Chicago cultural centre which I had read about in my lonely planet. I had not planned to go there but, my ...
... a plane or turning the page of a book. With gracious encouragement and honest feedback from trusted ones, they will get better and by traveling for fun and inspiration, I will be able to complete at least three more this year.
I will continue to learn arabic and work on my spanish.
I work hard at a job I'm made for and a company I love, but engaging now in some deep introspection and thoughts for the future. What do I want? Where can I add value? How can ...
... I was pretty sure I would not need any lunch.
I had to head out on my way back to Boston for my flight later that day. My plan was to take the coastal highway and see some of the sights in Salem. Well, I got turned around a few times because of signs and Salem was very busy and I couldn't park so I just continued on to the airport and arrived several hours early. That was ok because there was a lot of ...
... via (firstly) our apartment for a cup of tea and (secondly) Jewel grocery store to purchase some ingredients for dinner. We watched CNN spend a lot of time dispersing very little information on the shootings at a navy base in Washington - sometimes I wonder whether it would be better all round for news channels to say "we will take a break from this issue and return with updates in half an hour". As it was, we had lots of misinformation and irrelevant facts ...