Residence Inn Chicago Oak Brook
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... 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, ...
... on nye, I actually made some a few weeks ago. All of the ones mentioned along with a few others.
For the first time ever openly, I will share some of my decisions. Many of them, actually, all of them are intertwined and connected with one being the reason for or result of the previous or next.
I will continue to write my children's book series. This world has gifted me with so much, and I believe every kid should 'see' the world, whether that means ...
... you catch up with the sledge in front of you and the dogs can get entangled. You have to hold on to that handlebar very tightly because the dogs just want to go go go go!,and you will be left behind.The sledge has a place for a passenger ,al covered with a blanket,it is very cold! Lots of fun as we went about 4 miles up the hill and 4 miles down.Back at the base camp we had some cookies and hot cider coming in something like a teabag ,very pleasant.
... which we hadn’t come across before in the states. This lil gem seemed like the perfect rest stop for a healthy-ish lunch. The servings were more indicative of those you see in Australia so we left the diner satisfied and not too overfull. It made the gentle stroll back towards the Chicago River a lot more pleasant as we weren’t gasping for air or seeking out a place to sleep off our food coma. We sat along the Chicago River and waited for Natalie and the start of ...
... to the city for our Untouchables Tour after we find medical care for Carol who woke up with a weird eye this morning. Shobi told us the other day that a visit to the doctors if you don't have medical insurance costs approx $600! Carol went to Walgreen's who have a nurse on duty and she only cost $100 plus $65 for antibiotic eye drops. The Untouchables Tour was quite good. The funny ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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