Residence Inn Chicago Oak Brook
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Microwave in room
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... I rode my bike out of Evanston into Rogers Park, North Chicago. Here I visited the other church affiliated with Reba, which has Anglo-Americans, Nepali, Cambodian, West-African and other people worshipping together. I really enjoyed the service, where (for example) people came up to the mic after the message to share their thoughts on it. Afterwards I was taken to a local diner where we had 1$ taco's with a bunch of people, which was delicious and fun :) Later ...
... none the less. The crack and its resulting "spiderweb" in the windshield grew from about the size of a dime when it first happened to well over a half dollar by the time we drove the remaining 80 miles to our hotel. For a while I feared we were going to lose the entire windshield on the road.
I must say, for once we were happy for one of the many commercials that seem to saturate the Florida ...
... anchor is dedicated as a memorial to each ship named “Chicago” and to the men and women who served their nation in maritime service. Next to the anchor there was a sculpture of fictional psychologist Bob Hartley played by comedian Bob Newhart. The statue depicts Dr. Robert Hartley sitting in his chair in his office listening to the problems of his patients on the sofa to his right. There aren’t any patients in ...
... Uncle Snuffy and Gammy. Chicago airport is so much cooler than the Memphis airport.
We had just enough time to grab lunch before we were off on the next flight...this time over seas to Shannon, Ireland! It was a rough start (we had to sit on the plane for an hour and a hlaf before it took off because of "computer ...
... Chicago with Chris and Yvonne for Xmas 2011. It is a Michelin-starred seafood restaurant which serves both traditional and innovative fish-centric dishes. Tonight we began with two oysters each - one from the Clevedon Coast near Auckland and one from Massachusetts. We all declared the NZ one to be the tastier of the two. Our shared, tapas-style mains that followed included coffee roasted beets, shrimp bruschetta (avocado, toasted pistachio, grapefruit, ...