La Quinta Inn Chicago Arlington Heights
Travel Blogs from Arlington Heights
... ended up dragging the camper right through Arrivals at O'Hare before we could turn around and get back on track. That's one weird site - a camper at the airport!
We arrived finally at the Kennys lovely home around 9:30 PM (Central). Thank God for our safe arrival and for a lovely day together as a family.
Looking forward to spending the day in Chicago. How about some deep dish pizza ...
... Bookshelves & Coffee Cups. Hooray! (Have to say, that was the highlight of our day really). Next on the itinerary was Chicago... A massive day in Chicago started with an Architecture Tour on the river. This was probably our first full-on Tourist day... we visited the Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower) and the 103rd floor looked very high up. They have little glass boxes poking out the side of the building that you can stand in, and it was ...
... that's showed up out of nowhere led to multiple trips to Lake Arlington (which is my new found summer love) both by bike and foot. I also bought $4 rollerblades from Goodwill and though I'm as uncoordinated as a fish on a bike in those things, I'm adoring them so bloody much. Had the cutest picnic ever with my Sima girl, and planned last minute trips to Indiana which, sure-enough never ended up happening. I love so much ...
... for me of an article I read a couple of years back about the essence of leadership (something my Management training has taught me to think voraciously about.) I'm sure some of you have read this article, but for those who haven't, check it out here: http://theamericanscholar.org/solitude- and-leadership/
In his article, "Solitude and Leadership," William Deresiewicz argues paradoxically that solitude is a necessary component for true leadership, ...
... deprived as I was, I was actually quite excited to attend the party. Sofia, the birthday girl, is easily one of the cutest, craziest kids I know, and her party was held at Monkey Joes, which is basically heaven on earth. A centre full of nothing but a vast array of jumping castles and slides and a rather questionable man in a large Monkey costume.. it reminded me so much of the playland I used to work, Lollipops! Best part was ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking