Super 8 De Kalb
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... from January till May. I am doing a home stay with a woman who has four older sons (3 of which live in Madrid) and two granddaughters. She enjoys painting, going to the theatre and writing. Maybe she can help me with my writing skills so my blogs aren't boring ;)
I will miss you all, but I look forward to seeing you all in May when I return!
... Worth every penny, I can't wait to come back and explore properly. On the way back to the car I came across Millennium Park, and the pictures speak for themselves. I had then anticipated a leisurely ride down Lake Shore Drive on the way back to The Lincoln Highway, but it was wide, fast and like a race track, so I headed back down as directly as I could, using Interstate 55 which goes in the same direction as Route 66, but not actually riding the pavement ...
... you know half the people you
bump into every day. In the last few days I've had to say goodbye to
friends, family, faculty, my fraternity, the company I intern for,
and even the diner down the street. I'm leaving behind a campus I
know like the back of my hand and a town that knows me for better or
for worse, and heading to the single largest city on the planet. My
contact with ninety eight percent of the people in my life is severed
once we board ...
... for future reflection and considerable entertainment value.
If you're reading this to determine whether or not you should study abroad, the answer is yes. Just do it. You've heard everyone tell you how amazing it is, it changed their life, yadda-yadda-yadda, (insert emotional speech here), so many options and choices...Just stop reading all that, and go do it.
Now if you excuse me...I should probably start packing. ...
... Manuel Noriega just a couple decades ago. Panama also has a rich history, with Spanish conquistadores hauling golden Incan plunder across the strait, pirate attacks in attempts to garner those riches, and of course, the famous Canal and its history. It has preserved its culture, too-- the country signed a treaty with its indigenous tribes so they could maintain their culture and lands. But can these natural wonders ...