Bridgestreet Pointe

Address: 1601 Woods Drive, Arlington Heights, Illinois, 60004, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 1601 Woods Drive, Arlington Heights, is near Medieval Times, Arlington Park Racecourse, Long Grove Confectionary Co., and The Chicago Athenaeum.
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A travel blog entry by warymecca5174 on Feb 05, 14

... of the Middle Ages was usually heavy, oak, and ornamented with carved designs. Along with the other arts, the Italian Renaissance of the fourteenth and fifteenth century marked a rebirth in design, often inspired by the Greco-Roman tradition. A similar explosion of design, and renaissance of culture in general, occurred in Northern Europe, starting in the fifteenth century. The ...

On our way!

A travel blog entry by jb24003 on Dec 06, 2013

1 photo

... had to stop by the deicing depot - perhaps 5 monster trucks lined up to spray the liquid all over flights headed out of town. THe flight itself was pretty smooth, and Chicago was clear of snow or ice. We walked from our arrival gate to near where we'd be taking off, and decided to kill the time in the interim by heading to ...

A very LONG drive!

A travel blog entry by kouatly on Sep 17, 2013

... but they gave it a good shot.

Seeing the Chicago skyline was a real thrill. It is a beautiful city. Knowing Ryan's father helped to shape it makes it extra special for me to look at. We navigated our way through the Skyway and out of the city no problem. However, just before we were to head out to the suburbs fatigue set in and Omar took a wrong turn - right into the O'Hare airport ...

Cooking school

A travel blog entry by chris_a on Sep 14, 2013

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... another three or four beans in the grinder and to top it up. The espresso machine is used just as scientifically - beans are ground immediately before use by one staff member, another extracts the espresso shot while a third steams the milk. With person #4 taking orders at the start, and #5 plating up and delivering, it's a real production line - no wonder queues form! And that's just for cappuccinos, lattés etc - other staff cover the French Press, tea making ...

Day 14 - Navy Pier

A travel blog entry by cindytaylor on Aug 06, 2013

3 comments, 2 photos

A cab finally pulls over and I approach it to get in.  The driver is trying to tell me something but I can't quite understand him or why he won't unlock the door. Next thing the back door opens and a man gets out.  Oh shame, maybe I should wait for that passenger to get out before I try to clamber in!!  Damn tinted windows! I apologise profusely and the driver chuckles at my expense.  The passenger did not seem impressed. Oh well. Off to Navy Pier.  I can ...