Staybridge Suites Rockford
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... great room rate for us in Elgin/Dundee IL. After checking in and browsing local eateries we set out to Dominick's Pizzeria for an authentic Chicago pizza experience. Our hearts were broken to discover a true Chicago deep dish or stuffed crust pizza would take an hour to bake. That was far too long for the famished family. We decided to go for a thick crust Margherita pizza instead. Although the wait was ...
... payed my downpayment and am waiting to hear back about what school I will be placed at. Until then I have made all sorts of appointments for physical examinations and vaccinations. I also have a large amount of paperwork to get started on for background checks, Visa's, work papers etc. I will owe my final payment of $1,100 to CIEE once I get placed in a school, this doesn't include my plane ticket. So, until later then!
... was a genius. Try it if you doubt. Salty, sweet, crunchy, cheesy all in one bite. Yummy. We headed home happy and tired after a great day in a lovely city. The drunk guy a few rows ahead of us on the train that tried to grope a young woman and then urinated on the seat didn't even ruin our perfect day in the city. The police headed him off quickly. We rode the scooter home on the cornfield lined country roads and found everything as we had left it. Another perfect day!
... us to pull-in and make ourselves at home. My first request from Andy was to bake him a cheesecake (my specialty), help paint the decks, clean out the little shed, plus fix the floor and paint it, water his garden, and oh yes, help take care of his three, 5 week old black lab puppies. I think I was missed? I got out my work gloves and started helping out. You would think that with all the running around I did, I would ...
... than glad I stopped.
The plains of Nebraska turned to the rolling hills of Iowa that I remember so fondly. This time of year those hills are bursting forth with new greens of spring-into-summer. The construction, the semis, and the bigs increased exponentially as we drove east.
I chose to detour off of I-80 E to go through the heart of Des Moines on I-275. (For those of you who don't know, ...