Giada’s Weekend Getaway at Pizzeria Uno

Giada visits the birthplace of Chicago’s Deep Dish Pizza, Pizzeria Uno in Chicago on Food Network.

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Dated a guy for 4 months. Things were going really well. We talked daily, went out every weekend. We treated each other with kindness, courtesy, and respect. No sex yet but lots of affection. 3 weeks ago he stopped talking to me after some tension about the status of the relationship as we were approaching a 3-day romantic getaway. He seemed unsure about things, so I asked for a rain check but still wanted to date. I tried to contact him a few times after that. No response. Assuming things were over, I asked to get my things back. He finally called me this weekend. Left a vmail saying he owes me a conversation, he’ll return my things, and will call me back. I have no idea what he’s going to say. I’m assuming it will be a break up conversation. but on the off chance he’d want me back, it’s over for me anyway. Disappearing for 3 weeks without being honest with me about his feelings is a HUGE deal breaker for me. So what should I do at this point, if anything?

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The perfect family vacation. Learn about some of Myrtle Beach’s best accomodations. Enjoy attractions, golf, the beach, shopping and dining. 866.475.1647 www.IveGotItVacations.com

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This afternoon (Sunday) my boss’s boss calls me, asks if I have a minute, and then says she is afraid she has some bad news. Since she rarely ever calls employees at home, especially on a Sunday, naturally, my first thought is I am about to be told not to bother reporting in tomorrow, because I have been let go. She pauses for a minute, and in my mind, I am preparing myself for the bad news, wondering what it was I did wrong to have this happen and not able to think of a thing, and debating in my mind if I wait for my wife to get home (she and her mother were on a getaway weekend) to not upset her, or do I call her and tell her right away so as not to have this been a disturbing surprise when she walks in the door. When the boss finally speaks again, I find out the bad news is that one of my co-workers young sons met with his untimely tragic death yesterday, and she wants all of the staff to meet to go over how the schedules are going to change while my co-worker takes an indefinite leave of absence to deal with unexpected serious crisis. I hate to admit this, but for the first 3-5 seconds, my initial reaction was one of relief that I still had my job, and then I quickly turned to deeply grieving and hurting for my colleague and the horrible loss of her son. Have any of you ever had a similar relief/grief experience in a moment after you have received similar news?

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My fiance and I are looking to have a romantic weekend in Chicago but everyplace is so expensive! Does anyone roaming around here know of any romantic getaways (not bed and breakfasts, please) that have a jacuzzi suite? (In fact, I prefer it.)
Or a champagne and strawberries kind of deal?
Most places were like 0 or more a night and we can’t afford that. Any ideas?

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Cheap Vacations

Given our economic climate, 2010 shapes up to be the year of the cheap vacation. But consumer experts with UT Extension say “thrifty” doesn’t have to mean a lack of fun when it comes to that annual summertime trip.

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the anniv. of my 1st childs death is coming up over thanksgiving so I thought I’d go for a little vacation so as not to get too depressed (if possible) saw a good deal on a weekend in new orleans. I have always wanted to go but am a bit worried about traveling alone.

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TROPANG MALUPET WEEKEND GETAWAY 1

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Martin and Gina go on a romantic trip to an island.

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I have a romantic birthday weekend getaway planned for my special someone. Champagne in a cabin on the lake with massage therapy and horse back riding… the works…

The thing is he sometimes works on the weekend. So I’m in a bind, surprise him before the birthday which would kind of ruin the surprise but most likely guarantee that he’ll be available for the weekend or do I wait until the birthday and surprise… which could conflict with his planned work weekend?. What to do?!?!

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