Park Place Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Glenview
... a run for the bus stop, did OK but shoes and legs quite wet. Now rush hour and we got on a crowded bus. The roads were flooded and chaotic. Then an alert was issued that is automatically sent to all mobile phones in the area in case of emergency informing everyone that a tornado had formed over the lake and that there was a severe risk of flooding. The bus got us back to our stop. We hoped that the rain would ...
... what to do in Chicago, what is our jobs, how much money we have, etc., then it was when Marcel had to scan his fingers after I did mine. Marcel had to scan his thumbs too, while I just had to do my 4 other fingers right and left hands. So, I was telling the officer, -Me: I didn't scan my thumbs.. -Officer: Oh, we didn't need it. We already have it. -Me: Okay -Marcel: ... Apparently I look like a criminal that's why I have to do ...
... have frequented previously. A round of cocktails kicked off the evening at the restaurant - Blossom (a floral tea cocktail containing lychee purée, rose tea syrup and vodka topped up with champagne) and Singapore Blaze (an updated Singapore Sling with gin, cherry brandy, fresh lime juice and pineapple juice, flamed with rum just before it was served at the table). We enjoyed a great cross-section of dim sum dishes followed by a few more substantial dishes including ...
... way. This was a common theme among the pilgrim community, especially towards the end of the walk. It's almost as if it was something we all learned from the path. When talking about the person who injured themselves and had to go back home, it wasn't met with oh that's just terrible - how sad. It was simply a nod of the head and a simple, "that was their way". Or in talking about if you took the French route or the Portuguese ...
Successful road trip to the libraries in Rhinelander, Minocqua, Eagle River and Three Lakes. Special thanks to friends Cece & Jim. I could not have accomplished this huge task without their support.
Special thanks also to Stacey, librarian for Three Lakes, who moved our venue over to Three Lakes Center for the Arts. What a beautiful theatre. I felt like I had hit the big time when I saw 'Grandma Goes to Antarctica' on the ...