DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Chicago Wood Dale - Elk Grove
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... stopping in at the lobby of Sexton Lofts to collect a cheque left with 'Mr Lewis' the doorman - $350, being payment in advance for the carparking. (Mr Lewis, like the other doormen in the building, had a red flower in his lapel in honour of Memorial Day). The gardens along 'The Magnificent Mile' have had mass plantings of tulips; unfortunately we are here too late for the flowers and can only see the greenery which is being left to die down. It would have ...
... can cause your insurance to raise, and you should make sure you know how much it will cost. Wood is going to cost more than other materials like steel or cement due to the fact that it has a greater chance of catching fire or being destroyed by harsh weather.
When you have no mortgage, your premiums will go down. It is not easy to do in most cases, but if you can afford it, you can save a lot of money. Insurance companies think you will take much better care of ...
... to do. 4. Be careful of the rainy season on the western coast of the south island. We wanted to go on either end of the summer in AUS/NZ - Nov/Dec or Feb/Mar. The temps in NZ are in the 60s and comfortable for being outdoors all day. We ran into bad weather in Franz Josef at the glaciers and Milford Sound that canceled our day trips. This was pretty typical for the beginning of the summer and less typical for the end. Knowing this, we would have planned for ...
... thirsty and hungry! We head to Poor Phil's bar which is downstairs at the front of the hotel, inside is tall tables with stools and booths and then it spills into outside areas for footpath dining on either side of the entry with wrought iron tables and chairs with umbrellas. We settle inside for now for a beer and decide that we will eat at the hotel tonight and explore as much as we can tomorrow, we were hoping to do a sedway tour of oak park but they are ...
... two more $10 cash tickets - now we had to spend $30 before heading out.
We were row 1 in the Club Level so we were a bit higher up but a nice central view. The weather was pretty hot so we wandered around inside in the air con to break it up. (As I write this we are in St. Louis and the heat here today gives "hot" a whole new meaning)
We got some more tasty bratwursts and as I was putting on my chopped onions and sauerkraut ...
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