Homewood Suites Orland Park
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... well, consider putting all your boat tours on the same tour as they mostly leave from the Navy Pier, saving you travel time. In fact, I suggest you spend a full day at the pier to avoid battling crowds more than once.
After the cruise, we set off in search of food, deciding on hot dogs from American Hot Dogs, one of the best voted dogs in the city. While appearances aren't the best, tasty dogs indeed and you can tell from the line, it's probably ...
... but we long for the new Jerusalem of heaven!
I'd like to share some text from a mailing that Moody Israel tours sent to us after we booked this vacation:
"During this tour, you will explore historical and biblical sites and visit the places where Jesus and his disciples walked and talked. You'll also be blessed by the teaching of Moody’s exceptional Bible faculty, who will open ...
We woke relatively early to the sounds of a busy city gearing up for another working day. It had been a warm night, and the occasional burst of cool air from the aircon unit was welcome. We allowed Max and Sarah to get themselves organised for work by keeping out of their way; once they had left the apartment we showered and breakfasted in preparation for a day of reacquainting ourselves with the city. Our first stop was intended to be ...
... went into the John Hancock center and up into the signature lounge, to watch the beautiful Chicago skyline. The day was finished at house of blues, where we ate, got drinks and watched a band perform. Some went on, but the under 21's went home, and was once again awakened, this time by Tate shouting. Mel got some spooning time with ...
... see such beautiful animals in close proximity again. The heat definitely affected the animals too, as some were nowhere to be seen, such as the wolves and the lions. I was accompanied by someone who had never been to a zoo before and therefore had never seen many of these wild animals in the flesh, so a lot of my time was spent giggling at the look on her face when she saw the giraffes or the polar bear. The polar bear was probably one of my favourites ...