Motel 6 Chicago- Rolling Meadows
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Fusion restaurant called Sunda. I actually visited the place with the intention of trying their famous oversized Bloody Mary. However, most restaurants in Chicago serve Bloody's strictly as a weekend 'Brunch' thing. So a draft beer and massive bowl of Ramen noodles with marrow bone had to suffice. This whetted my appetite for Asia nicely.
As everyone English who lived through the nineties knows. Chicago is the home of Deep Dish Pizza. There are deep dish pizza ...
... Social Statistics, Political System." Japan People 1990 - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System. Web. 31 Dec. 2014. <<a href="http://www.theodora.com/wfb1990/j apan/japan_people.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.theodora.c om/wfb1990/japan/japan_people.html</ a>>. This website serves as a good source about the people of Japan ...
... pressed for time.
Thinking of all our options, in the end we decided to drive back - mostly because we had no number to call - and hope we could get the clothes. Once I got over the disappointment we actually enjoyed going back to our home base. It really did become a little bit a part of us. It was so peaceful and ...
Another long weekend to the US, this time stopping into the middle in Chicago, IL. Nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan, it's a sprawling city, 3rd largest in the US. I'm travelling with my sister, which is a first. Our Westjet flight was running behind and arrived late, luckily in anticipating an evening arrival, we didn't have too much planned.
Getting into the city was pretty easy ...
So our adventure has officially begun. We had a super early flight on Sunday morning. We left our house about 4am to get to the airport. I will be the first to say that I do not travel like I used to. I used to be so comfortable packing for months at a time and just shutting the door behind me and head off for whatever life had in store; kids have changed that for me. I have never been one dubbed as a planner, I never had reservations when I traveled, and I rarely knew ...