Homewood Suites Orland Park
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... in Chicago!!!! We were driven around before going to the hotel. Chicago is such a beautiful city. Our hotel is about a street away from the water, unfortunately we can only just see it from our room. After dinner Kylie and I went for a walk, while Kerri and Sue had an early night. Oh I cannot wait to explore more tomorrow. Good ...
... over his body, and he was ITCHY! The lead keeper suggested we give him a bath, which would be fine as long as we didn’t use the hose to spray water on his eyelid wound. I was in hippo heaven, and so way he! That day also happened to be my birthday, and I can honestly say that the best present ever way to be able to wash and scrub a pygmy hippo as he writhed around happily and let me scratch off all the crusts. The nice thing about hippo skin secretions is that they are ...
Bought some groceries on the way home, and I made a big pot of vegetable soup for dinner. I have decided not to eat the local food if I can help it, as I don't want to put on weight or get sick. Terry had a bowl of my soup, then a mountain of Mexican style sausage with mashed potato.
I'm not sure where the boys are, but they should be in Nashville. Imagine!
There were another 8 shootings in Chicago last night.
... a camera we did not bring? Best packer: Me. Randomly decided to bring Kleenexes and cough drops, which saved Courtney's trip. Also, a first aid kit was a nice save for our blistered feet. Most ill (in a non-rap sense of the word): Courtney in Lyon. I thought she might literally lose a lung in Lyon. She sounded like a Parisian smoker though, which probably endeared us to the locals. Worst French: Courtney. Even included random Spanish words ...
Toronto has an amphitheatre that should be torn down and set afloat in Lake Ontario. At least that's how I feel after visiting the ultra-modern one at Millenium Park, called the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, designed by Frank Gehry. And then there's the Bean, which is a big metallic/mirrored thingy that ...