Days Inn Harvey
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Grand Holidays Ethiopia Tours. (2015). ...
... I rode my bike out of Evanston into Rogers Park, North Chicago. Here I visited the other church affiliated with Reba, which has Anglo-Americans, Nepali, Cambodian, West-African and other people worshipping together. I really enjoyed the service, where (for example) people came up to the mic after the message to share their thoughts on it. Afterwards I was taken to a local diner where we had 1$ taco's with a bunch of people, which was delicious and fun :) Later ...
... off and ran thorough the water for a bit. We walked down Michigan Ave. the buildings themselves are beautiful to look at. Cameron enjoyed the 5 level Nike store and especially the huge variety of for all gloves, no surprise there! The small kids got balloon animals, Max a sword, Regan a purple rose, and Peyton a monkey made by a street performer. We ate at Gino's Chicago style pizza. It was worth the wait! We were told an hour to be seated. So the guys ...
... monstrosity of a city they call "Chicago".
And although in shuffle mode, when a spontaneous, cheesy and subliminal songs like Rupaul's "The beginning" (don't judge!) comes on, it put the kick back in my step, feeding me courage while I walk around feeling all my senses come alive. It's like the diva herself is auto tuning the words "This is the beginning of the rest of your life" to me, and only me.
And I believe ...
Last day of school…and only one day until vacation!
Our bags are packed and we are ready to go! We started planning this trip 12 years ago when we were in Greece, with the plan to come back with our future children to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary. Considering we weren't even engaged at the time, it was an ambitious plan. Luckily, it all worked out and here we are married nearly 10 years (we will celebrate ...