University Quarters Bed & Breakfast & Suites

Address: 6137 South Kimbark Avenue, 1st Floor, Chicago, Illinois, 60637-2844, United States | 2 star b&b
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This 2 star B&B, located in the South Side area of Chicago, is near Oriental Institute Museum, Robie House, Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, and Jackson Park.
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Sisters are doing it for themselves..

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Jun 17, 2015

Detroit cuts a fine figure, when viewed from across the river. Up close and personal it's scars are more obvious. The car manufacturing jobs have gone, many of the residents have gone, the city bankrupt. It still has endearing qualities, but the homeless are more overt, buildings empty and boarded up. We've seen worse, but Detroit is a shadow of it's former glory, a city struggling to get itself out of the rut that it currently finds itself in. I think it will get ...

Westward To Hawaii...First Stop Seattle

A travel blog entry by schwanman on May 04, 2015

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Hi, Everyone!

We'll be leaving for Hawaii this morning, but our first stop will be Seattle. We'll re-visit a couple of our favorite places there, spend time with family -- and remember those who are no longer with us -- then head to Hawaii on Wednesday. On the way back next week we'll land first in Oakland to take in ...

Downtown Trains & a long Train Ride

A travel blog entry by pilgrim143 on Apr 14, 2015

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... elevated 'subway' has survived above the downtown streets. Many movie visions here, not least 'Blues Brother' and Ferris Bueller, although our guide had no idea where Twiggy had bazookered Jake & Elwood that morning.
Chicago itself seemed pretty quiet (nothing like New York) and has a feeling of a city way past its prime. There was quite a lot of begging everywhere.
We checked out Union Station and our train details and had lunch at the Cookery College Café in the shade ...

From New York to Chicago

A travel blog entry by stoopittaway on Apr 12, 2015

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... who was sat in front of us, we over heard had gotten on the train a day ahead of when he was supposed to. Ordinarily in this situation back home he would have been chucked off or made to pay for today's ticket but in this scenario they said, "just call Amtrak now and get them to change your ticket date" amazing, simple too.

The trains are also surprisingly bumpier than expected as well, we tried to play cards at one point using the fold down tables ...

Chicago, IL: Day 4

A travel blog entry by bronny23 on Feb 27, 2015

... of the pathways had been cleared or salted. This meant more treading through snow; it was at least 3 inches deep, up to 6+ inches in some areas, so we didn't really know where the paths were underneath all that snow. It was like cross country snow trekking - sometimes our foot would sink down to our knees if we hit a ditch. Lucky for everyone else they had their boots on with lots of grip, but I still only had my nikes so my shoes were a little slippery, and both ...