Wingate by Wyndham Arlington Heights
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Adirondack Chair, chair, chairs
An Adirondack chair is actually a lovely bit of handcrafted furniture that is generally useful for outdoor furniture. Your vast majority of Adirondack chairs marketed today are generally pertaining to adults; however, you will find a range associated with Adirondack chairs that are specially made for ...
... park to visit the Bean sculpture and for Ellie and Alex to do some ice skating whilst Robyn and myself retired to the warmth of the cafe to have a hot apple cider, Robyn having a shot of whisky to warm the cockles. As we set off for the Sky Deck it started to snow and by the time we got there visibility was down to half a mile, we decided to save our money for the new years day and try again, the snow came down heavier and the wind picked up making the ...
This is our first full day in Chicago. The day starts with breakfast at a restaurant on State Street just across the river from our hotel. It's a beautiful day, going to be hot. It's Sunday so the city is quiet around the business sector but as it is the Labour day weekend it's busy with families and visitors. The hop on hop off bus is our mode of transport for today. This will give us the best look around the city. Chicago ...
... British politics is, at least we don't have a candidate for deputy PM who claims to have a good handle on EU relations because they can see France from their house in Kent).
After a slightly delayed flight from an atrocious airport, I was very kindly picked up by my hosts in Chicago. The leafy suburb of Winnetka is actually 15-25 miles uptown (a source of marital dispute) and the my hosts are absolutely lovely, as are their 3 young, adorably rambunctious children.
... family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">End date: 11/06/13
What was great: The Food, The Art, Our neighbourhood, Eleanor Friedberger, Meeting Michelle
What was not great: Camera ...