Residence Inn Chicago Bloomingdale
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... low prices for beer, wine and spirits), most things on offer were similar to back in Australia. USA-made items such as Kitchen Aid appliances were noticeably cheaper but general food and household products were similarly priced when taxes were added to the shelf price. The return journey was a bit of a squeeze, with the rear seat passengers nursing two dozen rolls of toilet paper, a dozen boxes of tissues and a large set of Tupperware ...
... tractors are sometimes known as diesel tractors simply because diesel is generally would always power these substantial tractors. There is also a broad range of harvesting implements which is often attached with energy tractors to assist you attain quite a few very difficult responsibilities along the farm. Flexibility Tractors at the moment are manufactured and designed to always be resourceful to ensure just one tractor can do ...
... Back on the bus and as the sky was now clear, Greg and I decided to do the Willis Tower Skydeck, so we completed the loop and learnt that the Maccas opposite our motel has the 3rd largest turnover of any shop in the world - topped by Moscow and another city I can't remember right now! Also learnt that the Fado Irish Pub we had a beer in yesterday was actually built in Ireland, but was dismantled and reassembled here in Chicago! A bit ...
... A lot of this was basic knowledge but much was information I had either forgotten or meant I was not paying attention in school so was really worthwhile and interesting. Space is pretty mind blowing! There was also information about the Apollo missions, preserved spaceman uniforms and tools and a really good exhibition on the solar system (which was the best part considering there were no kids running around; I don't have anything against children, I just feel ...
... long walk along the Chattahoochee River (yes, that is a real name) where I met a family of Canada geese and their gaggle of fuzzy goslings. Saturday May 3rd was also the day of the Kentucky Derby; we watched the race on their big screen TV with some visiting neighbors and polished off a bottle of hippo wine. What’s hippo wine, you ask? Check it out here:
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