Red Roof Inn Chicago Hoffman Estates
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... session as a precursor to dinner in a local restaurant. Said dinner comprise shared plates and included New Zealand venison loin which was served with a rutabaga purée, bacon and currants. The Blackhawks lost 1-5 but it is always interesting watching the spectacle that surrounds the game. The massage / cocktails / dinner went well for the "girls" and we all met up in a bar close to the apartment for a nightcap before calling it a ...
... we got into the house just before it started raining cats and dogs. We ended up staying with one of the nicest and most interesting people I have ever met. Unfortunately she was flying off to Mexico as we arrived. She was a ballet master who flys all over the world teaching ballet teachers how to teach their students.
Anyways.... After the rain cleared we decided to make our way into ...
2:15pm-- Finally met in Chicago this morning and afternoon to film with some producers from LONDON! I was chosen to be on a documentary about Romanian Orphan success stories, orphanages, and adoption. What a blessing! Had a wonderful time filming with the family in Lincoln Park in Chicago! Definitely some good memories to last and ...
... mattress. Oh yes, this was the life. Obviously, I couldn't have everything as it rained pretty much the whole time (I think I brought the rain with me) but I still persevered (being British) and took the dog, roxy, out for a few walks down the beech. I fell in love with this dog and played games such as run around the house and pull the shoe. Toni and I decided to watch a lot of documentaries including blackfish (oh my god no now to sea world!!!), Jesus camp (all I can say ...
A new year is well underway, and while I should have written this weeks ago, it is kind of nice to be writing it now, three weeks later, when I have had time to evaluate and am still fully certain of my so called resolutions.
I don't believe in resolutions made based solely on a new year. I love making them throughout the year, as needed. I believe there is no set time that says we must make a change, or that the clock going from 11:59 on Dec. 31 to 12:00 on Jan. 1 ...