Carlton Inn Midway
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 2) How do you keep a country of 1.4 billion people (one/fifth of the world's population living in a land mass basically the size of the United States) stable? I'm no Communist, but when I think about the history of China, through centuries of imperialism and the slow, tedious growth toward modernism, and how disruptive it would be, not just to the country, but also the world, if China were de-stabilized, I can understand how and why Communism has such ...
... down 3-2 so we had to win. We watched an exciting and close game and learned some of the rules in a pub that had an old air raid siren go off every time Chicago scored. Thankfully Chicago won and forced the 7th game which would be played on Saturday. We had thought about going to the actual game as it was played in Chicago but the tickets were around $400!
Then we popped into Jen's work (another pub) after the game to ...
... 8230; etc.). All said and done, he just wanted to
love and be loved. His generosity and graciousness was so great as well
to the point where sometimes it was even hard to believe. There was
never a time where he didn’t thank me for every single little thing I
did for him. In fact, my all –time favorite moment with Laurence was
when he broke out in song while we were eating. I asked the translators
... t stop at the conservatory either - flowers are pretty, yes, but it was super hot and humid in there and, well, it's all the same to us. We caught a bus back downtown to the Mag Mile and walked 4 blocks east to Navy Pier. Again, from my reading people recommend avoiding the pier because it can get pretty chilly from wind off the frozen lake and there's not much to see/do in winter - this time they were right. The place was dead! There is a Ferris wheel and ...
... bags and strips of duct tape I saved for Bubba's big trip home. I wrapped him up carefully and sent him on his way down the conveyor belt - the airline agent caught me waving goodbye to him and gave me a look. Safe travels, my friend.
The flight seemed short - I was back at O'Hare in no time. I surprised Tom by sneaking up on him (he was anxiously looking at the doors I was supposed to come out of, if not for my ...