Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... in Japan as well as other countries. It also includes a chart of the life expectancies of the top 10 countries Japan being the highest for women.
"Japan Demographics Profile 2014." Japan Demographics Profile 2014. Web. 31 Dec. 2014. <http://www.indexmundi.com/japan/dem ographics_profile.html>.Gives a deomgraphic profile of Japan.
"Japan People 1990 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International ...
... in it. Across the street was an old Presbyterian church, where about 10 homeless men slept in the pews, under a beautifully decorated roof and walls. And across from that was the largest shopping mall of something: it was HUGE. Bought a dress at Forever21, as you do. And as shopping and touristing makes you hungry, we got a snack in the restaurant of the 360 Chicago (aka Hancock) building at approx. ...
... we decided on a change of plan when we realised that the Chicago Cubs were at home on Sunday afternoon, so took the train up to Wrigley Park, purchased some tickets from the box office and watched the Cubs narrowly beat Baltimore 2-1. Very warm and sunny, so much better than Saturday. We then took the train (packed, Lucy said like Barcelona) back towards downtown and jumped off to have a look at Lake ...
... Baroque church, where sweeping, curving forms and ornate details invite the eye to a long and varied journey of visual delight. While Cloud Gate intentionally hides it's internal structure and seams the likewise silver Pritsker Pavilion reveals all, setting up a brilliant dynamic between the two sculptural structures which are located in relative proximity to one another.
Jon and I take a much longer walk than the others, going to the very ...
Maggie and I earned our evening drink tonight. I woke at about 6:00am after a good sleep, undisturbed by what was apparently a noisy thunderstorm around 3 hours earlier. Max had a conference call to take at the table in the living room at 7:30am and Sarah was off to her office not too long after that, so Maggie and I were up and about for showers and breakfast at a reasonably early hour. We spent most of the morning packing household items into cardboard boxes, interrupting ...