Inn at Lincoln Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... drink in a bar. We then headed back to the flat where Sam and I watched some more Married at First Sight, before helping Annalissa make a card for Chris and Liane’s engagement. Lissa’s boyfriend Jim joined us. He’s a really nice guy (despite not owning a passport!!!! :P ) and started making conversation with me which Lissa says he doesn’t often do, so he must have been on his best behaviour! He started with, "so you’re from the UK right?" and then asked ...
The first day after Navy boot camp graduation, we had lunch with several family members that live close to Great Lakes, Illinois. One of them told us about the Christmas Market in downtown Chicago. We decided to go check it out.
Our drive took about an hour. We found a parking space in a parking garage directly across from Daley Center, the location of the market. The elevator from the garage actually brought us into the heart of ...
Driving back to Chicago on I-90 was great until we passed the airport, and then man I couldn't believe that people could possibly spend more than once trying to drive that road. Only problem was we were staying in Logan Square area and I-90 was the direct route. Finally we couldn't stand it anymore and felt we were close enough to chance it on the surface streets. They weren't too much better, ...
... on a buying spree, spend wisely, which means spend only on those things that will help your business. It's better to build up your business savings so that you can handle unexpected expenses than it is to splurge every time you have the chance. In addition, buying your office supplies in bulk will save you money. Invest in reliable computing equipment so you won't have to replace it all the time. Avoid spending too much on your entertainment ...
... huge windows looking down on the, now dwarfed, 30 storey condominiums at the edge of Lake Michigan below. On our last day, after a lazy last walk and coffees along the river we headed for Union Station to board the Amtrak Californian Zephyr for our train ride to San Francisco. Wow, we now had a "family room" to stretch out in, with windows on both sides of the carriage to optimism the views...real luxury! The food on the CZ was much better than on the Cardinal and I ...