Holiday Inn Express Chicago Palatine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... grade teacher, Nashwa Mekky, from Arlington Heights Dist. #25. Feel free to check out their blogs below: Dr. Jose Torres, https://plus.google.com/ JoseMTorres2014/posts Ms. Nashwa Mekky, http://msmekky.weebly.com/japan.html I can't wait to share this experience with all of you! ...
... many of our students have received that are new to the US from Japan and learn how to better support the transition to America. I'm also very interested in the impact that the Japanese education system has on students with learning disabilities, autism, ADHD and other disabilities. I feel that this trip will broaden my cultural understanding and open my mind to the experiences of others.
... down the Magnificent Mile where shoppers would be in heaven. I was taken by Marina City tower blocks at the southern end of the mile. I scoured the downtown loop looking for a restaurant for diner which had to be Italian - it is Chicago after all! I found Pizano's and had a deep dish pizza, Chicago style. I then hopped back on the Blue Line to take some well earned ...
... eleventh stop and went up to the Observatory level of the John Hancock tower, we looked over the Michigan Lake with the ice on it, very impressive. We thought fog was coming in but when we got down to the bottom it was snowing again, very pretty.
It was 4:30 pm getting dark and colder, we got back onto the bus at ...
... of a paint job. The concessions need a serious upgrade, as the best food available was an admittedly delicious bratwurst (I had two), and the best beer available was Old Style (I had two, of those, too). And, I saw the absolute worst seat I've ever seen in a stadium (section 220, row 7, seat 1), and I can't believe they sell it in good conscience. It was directly behind a pole behind home plate. You can see third base, and ...