Motel 6 Chicago O'Hare - Schiller Park
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... through the door. Due to spending a few weeks with them, I could spend a few days relaxing in their luxurious house. Additionally, her daughter, Toni, who is my age is studying so was also free in the week. This meant that she was able to take me on exciting day and night excursions so this was a pretty perfect set up to be honest. My first few days there, I pretty much just chilled out at gerri's house; watching pitch perfect, eating steak and drinking wine. We ...
... What could possibly go wrong in a state known for bluegrass, bourbon, and Kentucky Fried Chicken?
The Louisville Zoo is home to two pygmy hippos, Hope and Maji Kitoto. At the time Maji had a wound above his right eye that was being treated twice daily with medicated ointment, so he wasn’t allowed in the water. If you want to torture a hippo, a sure way to accomplish your goal is to eliminate his/her access to water. Poor Maji had dried crusty skin ...
... we got the bus to the Willis tower (used to be Sears Tower) This is the tallest towers in Chicago and at one point, tallest in the world. It has the most amazing view of the city! We could see the city on one side and the residential areas on the other with a beautiful river running through it. Chicago is an amazing city we both loved it! Tonight we had dinner reservations at Michael Jordan's steak house. It was really fancy (and pretty expensive) ...
... since casein protein is slow-moving to take in so will definitely not resort to fat deposits rapidly and for this reason your bodily body will certainly proceed burning calories also when you are sleeping.
So with a mix of all these activities, you will definitely be burning body fats virtually 24 hrs a day. Simple? Great. Let's beginning to slim down by burning body fatty tissue round the clock now.
... lower humidity. The US weather bureau still reports data in degrees fahrenheit; it takes some time to recalculate a reading of, say, 80F into something meaningful to us. Similarly, weights and distances are in pounds, miles, inches - I wonder which, if any, other countries in the world still use the imperial measurement system? We were interested by a feature on this morning's news that advised holidaymakers against swimming in Lake Michigan due ...