SpringHill Suites By Marriott Chicago Naperville / Warrenville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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This was a tour that was recommended to us by a friend from home, so we booked ourselves in. Great 2 hour tour around the city giving a history lesson on the gangsters Al Capone, Bugsy Malone, Elliot Ness and co. Really interesting tour and the guides throw in some fun as well - great fun. After this we intended on going to Wrigley Field to try and catch a tour. Grabbed a bite to eat for lunch as we had "plenty" of time, only to realize I had read the timetable wrong and ...
... big fan of Chronicles of Narnia.
Finally, there was William ?Randall ?Russell (can’t remember his full name, but it was double barreled and comical and allegedly named after an English duke who was beheaded). This was a guy who was not yet 21-years-old, but looked at least 25 years old, mainly down to his large beard, which he claims he has been able to grow since the age of 12 (?!). Nice enough guy, studying both Art and History at College in ...
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As I prepare for the 5,800 mile ride aboard the ...
... CROSSROADS STAGE
11:15 a.m. Michael Charles
2:45 p.m. Vance Kelly and the Backstreet Blues Band
2:30 p.m. Selwyn Birchwood
4:15 p.m. Chicago Blues Divas w/ Peaches Straton, Deitra Farr and ...
... s basically a giant polished mirror. Charlie loved it, running around yahooing and looking at himself in the mirror. Now beauty is in the eye of the beholder (I.e. parents) and we think Charlie is a pretty good looking kid. We have found that many Asians (mainly Japanese) think that there is absolutely no need at all to ask his parents if they can have a photo with him. What they do is, they get his attention, Charlie approaches (sometimes cautiously) and they ask him in broken ...