Residence Inn Chicago Southeast/Hammond
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
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... the boot was filled with items carefully packed around Max's wheel chair. The ZipCar deposited all purchases and passengers safely back at the apartment block where Wendy sought out a luggage trolley to transport the shopping up to S&M's apartment while Chris returned the car back to where it was originally parked. A quick touch off on the transponder and the doors were locked and he was on his way back to the apartment to help with the ...
Today is our last full day in Chicago. We woke up after a much needed sleep, had some breakfast (where I accidentally made myself a coffee with salt - don't ask) and got ready for the day ahead. Our host Victoria also told us about a previous guest who had propositioned a one night stand to her; she is an interesting person! The sun was out again in full force, an odd feeling for us in late October. We decided to hire ...
... stadium in Perth as this one ticked all the boxes as well as having free wifi! Got ourselves some tucker and settled in to watch. The White Sox are on a 6 game losing street and the crowd was pee weak! Only about 10,000 there! The whole night was great fun with the typical yank razzmatazz happening all the time and when one of the Sox hit a homer there were fireworks and much ado! It lasted about 3 hours and most of the crowd had left (by then ...
... her waffle but all I thought was that it is not her show and I did not pay her for her life tour. He continued his interesting tour by the word 'anyway'. After the tour, we had a drink and some food in a bar in navy pier and then headed to Buckingham fountain for the evening light and music show. The lights were definitely on but unfortunately, the music show was not playing so it was clearly just before the start of the season. The lights were very pretty ...
... en route to Chicago. I stayed the weekend in Indianapolis with my best friend from undergrad (Elizabeth), her husband (JD), and their three daughters. Elizabeth and I were seated next to each other (alphabetical seating) on the first day of biology class at Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois in August of 1994 and have been friends ever since. The alphabetization-by-surname technique seems to work well for making friends, at least in my world, since the phenomenon has ...