Holiday Inn Itasca (Woodfield Area)
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... br> June 8 - Travel by train from Amsterdam to Bruges, Belgium via Antwerp
June 8-12 - Lodging at Albert 1 in Bruges
June 12 - Travel by train from Bruges to Brussels
June 12-15 - Lodging at Novotel Brussels Centre Tour Noire in Brussels
June 15 - Depart Brussels for O'Hare via Lufthansa Airlines
I hope you will join me as I check some more items off of my travel "must-see" list!
... well as I saw in Anaheim but did get the win this time ... Blanco had a great diving catch in front of my section (Number 4 on SportsCenter Top Ten) ... I believe this had the most combined hits of any game so far ... the final score added up to 13 (I might have to rethink my opinion about the number 13 having nothing good associated with it) ...Home Team Record: 10-3 ... Next Stop: Minnesota tomorrow
Distance Traveled: 8713 ...
... incredible! Especially when you think that there were said to be over 1.7 million people lining the Marathon route yesterday, and no doubt many of them were still in town, considering that today was a public holiday in the US (Columbus Day, another major public event we'd been unaware of!) I took LOTS of photos, how often would this kind of opportunity present itself? We had some kind of trouble getting across Columbus Avenue to get to the Buckingham Fountain, our next port ...
Chicago's weather forecast was for a warm to hot day, with an 80% chance of rain at some stage. With this in mind, we decided to spend the day close to shops - air conditioning and shelter from the rain were our major priorities, the beginning of the long weekend holiday sales was merely coincidental! We began the day with a cappuccino each at Intelligensia (Australasians would call them café lattés, they have no dusting of chocolate or cocoa ...
... this distinction. Tonight was no different, with the Cubs losing 13 to 2. A highlight of the night was at the seventh inning stretch, where comedian Jeff Garlin (from Curb your Enthusiasm fame) lead the crown in singing "Take me out to the Ball game". Wrigley is a great venue. It is one of the last venues to have the live organ planning in between pitches and ...