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 eddemer on Apr 14, 2014

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... to be boring and stay in on a Friday night. But that's not me, no. So I defiantly left the gangster themed hostel and explored the local area.

After walking around aimlessly for a bit and ignoring the massive temptation to get another Five Guys which was tantalisingly placed around the corner, I looked up somewhere to eat. I was staying near Lincoln Park, which, if you know Chicago, is a really cool area - lots of bars, record stores, vintage shops, etc. There was ...

A long weekend? Off to Chicago!

A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Nov 04, 2013

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... up around the block at the Bleeker street store in New York, they're that good! It's got stores in places like Dubai, Beirut, Kuwait, Los Angeles and New York, so just a bit exclusive then....! I loved it, and have a friend who I can see going a bit crazy in there too. We oohed and ahhed over the merchandise, Jill got a cupcake cookbook, and I bought a metal tin (more tins, I'd be lighting up the luggage scanner at the airport...) which actually says New York on it, so maybe ...

Piers & Skylines

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Aug 27, 2013

In the morning I caught the tube into the loop and headed for Navy Pier. Apparently it's the most touristy place in the city. As piers go it is pretty big, with a theatre and stuff on it, and has the typical little fair at the end. It's quite run of the mill in terms of these kind of things though, so I don't know how or why it's earnt the 'most visited' moniker. Here I had a world famous Chicago style pizza. Thick base. It didn't look ...

We came, we saw, we've bean

A travel blog entry by hsmiter1 on Jul 07, 2013

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... it is a good day to be British. We walk to the Millennium Fountain and are very impressed at the magnitude and the amount of people enjoying the water. They are made of clear bricks that spurt out water, with a video screen behind them with moving images. A beautiful sight that should not be missed on any Chicago visit. A walk up the Magnificent Mile (shopping) and we have to call it a day to catch the next train out. We have a cider in the very cute ...


A travel blog entry by nhall15 on Apr 06, 2013

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Well I think the story probably needs to go back to Washington first...and finish that tale before filling you all in on Chicago... Our last days in Washington were busy but we also managed to relax a little... We did see the Crime and Punishment museum and the Spy museum both entertaining and informative... Washington is the city of museums...if there is a topic you can think of there is a museum for it... We were lucky enough ...