Super 8 Motel Hammond North
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... available): 59.4 Million residents
Country Population (in 1990): 57.7 Million residents
Country Government Type: Constitutional republic
Current Leader(s)/ Party(s): Giorgio Napolitano
Ethnicities (% breakdown):
North African: 1.07%
Asian (non- Chinese): .83%
Latin American: .47%
National Language(s): Italian
... the legendary announcer at Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox and St Louis Cardinals games and we are seated in his bar. I'm on Harry's own seventh inning lage while Bev partakes of a salted caramel milk shake which she has described as,"Probably the best milk shake in the world" . She has just noisily slurped the dregs and muttered," Oh my God." She spoke in the tones of the groundlings who first watched Hamlet, Buzz watching ...
... the observatory allowing for some good pictures looking back at the city. Next stop the Chicago Bear's ridiculous home stadium before a walk to meet some of our group members at Willis Tower in time for sunset. Fair to say our feet were very tired by this point! A quick tea then a beer with our departing group members before we had a well deserved sleep!
Next morning we met our 4 new group members, one from Leeds, as we carried on across the North of North America.
What a fun day! This morning Jaimie, Ruby, Chrissy and I drove to Chicago. It's about a two-hour drive from Normal. At first we talked about taking the train. Too expensive. Then we talked about driving to one of the suburbs and parking, then taking the commuter train. Still too expensive. So we figured we would just park in a lot and pay the parking fee - we figured on about $25 for the day. In the meantime, Ruby is texting her friend Marc in LA who used to live and work ...
... coach and state meet official. He was pleasant to talk to but rather negative about his team. The entertaining part was almost everything he said about the team was soon after proven wrong. "May as well write down a strike out for this guy" was followed by a home run. "This guy walks the first batter every time" just before he stuck out the batter. "They never hit behind the runner to advance him" resulting in a sharp ground ball to right field ...