Villa D'Citta

2230 N Halsted St., Chicago, Illinois, 60614, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago, is near Lincoln Park, Victory Gardens Theater, Biograph Theatre, and McShane's Exchange.
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Travel Blogs from Chicago

All Aboard the California Zephyrr

A travel blog entry by millsontour on Jul 14, 2014

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Dear All

I now understand the term "Money Talks".

We we did not waste our morning- needed to bag that Chicago feeling.

One of our favourite films is "Ferris Buellers Day Off" . In it they get wrapped up in a parade and go up the Sears Tower and walk out onto a glass room where you look down 103 floors to the pavement. (The Sears Tower is now the Willis Tower since a British insurance company moved ...

Day 34 - Chicago

A travel blog entry by john.mccalla.33 on Jun 28, 2014

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Today, we drove from Madison, WI to Chicago and arrived in the city around 9:30 am. I had found, through a search on the internet, that you could park RVs in McCormick Place. McCormick Place is a convention center just off the interstate in downtown. They have a 24 hour manned parking lot for trucks, buses, and RVs....and only $30/night. And, it is only 3 miles from Jeff and Malia's apartment.

Jeff picked us up, took ...

Leaving San Antonio

A travel blog entry by jak5 on May 13, 2014

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... is barely half full. We all got to move around to empty seats with lots of space between us. Many people are able to lie down and stretch across the middle section of seats as we fly over the Atlantic ocean.

This Air Berlin plane has a tv monitor on each seat with all kinds of movie, tv shows and entertainment options. I've already watched Anchor Man 2 (it was really bad) , and halfway thru Gravity (seen it before).

Lights are ...

American Kreuzberg, aka Bucktown

A travel blog entry by vico.ca on Apr 20, 2014

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... from-‘ ‘Ok, wir können Deutsch sprechen!’ Hehehe. Seriously, it doesn’t take long to recognize a fella from back home. And then, well, there comes in the dialect. ‘Wo kommscht’ du denn her?’ Ach, a Schwaab!! Ach, ein Berliner also! Ya, and then each of us checks the stereotypes of the other.

Suddenly my evening in bed seems to be entertaining and filled with travel and backpacker stories.



Vic. ...

A long weekend? Off to Chicago!

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Nov 04, 2013

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... of thumbing defiance towards the Prohibition laws that made drinking illegal back in the late 1920s. It isn't the only building in Chicago to resemble a bottle of alcohol...another near the Navy Pier looks just like a whiskey flask, no matter which direction you view it from, right to the giant round cap on the roof, which I can't remember the exact purpose of, but I'm sure it's more than decorative...! Chicago has seen many changes of face over the decades, so it's a fascinating ...