La Quinta Inn & Suites Chicago Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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How many people are in wars? That is what I asked myself when I was on a bus ride looking out threw the window at Arlington Cemetery. Arlington Cemetery is where all the Army men and Women are buried. I have never seen so many gravestones. John.F Kennedy's grave was there to. It had a nice fire around it.
As we got to the next stop on the bus again it stopped on the way. There was a funeral on and it was a pretty big deal. It was also blocking ...
... two separate groups and in taxis which is annoying.
Brunch took a while to come but was delicious. I had a pile of hash brown and eggs benedict, Jim and Sam had a full breakfast, Annalissa had something similar to me but a veggie version, as well as some cinnamon French challah toast which tasted amazing, and I can’t remember what Julia had. There was a live three piece American country band called The Pickin’ Bubs playing in the room where we were.
... expensive, the food was delicious. I had macaroni and cheese. The women both had a sandwich. Each of us raved about our meals.
After lunch, we found a wine bar near the departure gate for Leslie and Hillary’s flight to Colorado. The bar’s name, Bubbles. A player piano made the atmosphere even more relaxing.
At about 14:30, we parted company. Leslie and Hillary went to Grand Junction, Colorado while I went back to Washington, D. ...
... their huge suitcases and bags of goodies, trying to keep track of it all.
5. Technology is a beautiful thing, but it is amazing what you can live without on a trip. A good camera and a way to contact folks at home are the only "essential" technology you need. Everything else can be easily accomplished "old school."
6. Get healthy and stay healthy! Eat your veggies, take your vitamins, get your shut eye. Bring a water ...
... with places I wanted to visit in one column, and then had the months of my trip across the top. I then looked up the weather patterns of each place and put an X in each month that the weather was reasonable to be there. Finally, I started piecing together a schedule that fit the X's and kept travel distance and time to a minimum.
At this point look up entry/exit requirements for each country and decide on visa or visa on arrival if ...