Nina's Bed and Breakfast

1303 W. Winona St, Chicago, Illinois, 60640 , United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the East Side area of Chicago, is near Harborside International Golf Center, Calumet Park, Bob-O-Link Meadow, and A. Philip Randolph Pullman Porter Museum.
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Discovering Chicago and Chicagoans

A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 17, 2014

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... were among the first on, and having done it before were quickly into our groove so buzzed up and down the 'training' underpass while the others got used to their machines. Once initiated, we all filed off to start our tour of town, starting in Millennium Park, home of The Bean and various other sculptures and structures. From here we tootled along to the river, taking in the underside of Wacker Drive, location of numerous movie car chase scenes, ...

Three down...fifteen to go (flights that is)

A travel blog entry by deborah1212 on Jun 05, 2014

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... flight gets us to Chicago in time for rush hour so it is good advice from Mark to simply take the blue line train to the city. From the train we can see the traffic stalled in both directions. We have a simple walk from the station to our hotel in the tall black building across the road from the Trum(p) Tower. Local joke there.

The Langham is luxurious and our room is well away from the lifts which is not a good thing if you are wheeling a ...

Our First Stopping Point

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 03, 2014

We are flying United to Heathrow, so Chicago has to be our first stop. We booked these tickets almost a year ago and United had changed our schedule several times. Up until just a couple days ago we were going to have a really tight connection in Washington, DC for our international flight. I had been stressing about it, so ...

Panic disorder severity scale

A travel blog entry by pillowport1 on May 15, 2014

... people feel dejected because of the death on the beloved, not enough self esteem, assessments, exams or interviews also lay great force on mind. Weak relationships and pessimistic point of views about him and the planet are a good reason for depression. Absorption in self interest dreaming and fantasies especially when coupled with marked withdrawal from reality simply shows the best way ...

Windy City

A travel blog entry by magica1-rea1ism on Nov 03, 2013

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... while we decided what to do for the rest of the afternoon. Food incidentally, ended up being the world famous Billy Goats Cheezborger Cheezborger Cheezborger. Not really sure how famous they really are, but they were delicious.

When doing our Hop On/Off loop, we discovered that Chicago is a busy city on a Sunday. Traffic seemed fine, but the lines at both the history museum and aquarium where a couple hours wait, so Tom (our ...