China Doll Country

2640 N Burling, Chicago, Illinois, 60614, United States | Condo
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This condo, located in the Lincoln Park area of Chicago, is near Blue Man Theater (Briar Street Theatre), Lincoln Park, Victory Gardens Theater, and Elks Veterans Memorial.
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    Travel Blogs from Chicago

    Night 31: Home Again

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... and listened on the radio as we drove out of town. Eastern Iowa is a blur of corn and gas stations. Altoona, the Amana Colonies, Iowa City, the Quad Cities. We did stop for a spell at the World's Biggest Trick Stop in Wolcott, a mega gas station with showers , a trucker shop, truckomat, a chapel, a food court, several unique shops, a museum. This was as advertised. We crossed the Mississippi near our winter eagle hunting grounds and drove across the lush farmland of Whiteside and ...

    Chicago

    A travel blog entry by roddywyllie on Jul 05, 2014

    32 photos

    ... of the hotel so we decided to take the trip up to the observatory. The elevator whisks you up 94 floors in 39 seconds, ears popping all the way. The views are unbelievable as you will see from the photos. There is the usual Visitor Attraction Retail available but at $10 for a fridge magnet we gave that a body swerve.

    After our visit in the clouds it was time for something to eat. There was a nice restaurant ...

    Chi-Town

    A travel blog entry by greenc14 on Jun 03, 2014

    2 comments

    ... s Pizza to get some Chicago Deep Dish. While it was pretty good, I still prefer thin crust Brooklyn style. We then walked about a mile and a half to the Art Institute of Chicago and Army and I walked around the art of the Africa's and Americas as well as checking out armor from Germany and other parts of Europe (Sam went on his own way to check out French Impressionist art). After a little while we left and went to the Bean ...

    Exploring Dallas

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on May 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... muffins and some hot food. Maggie became a true Texan, having a waffle in the shape of the Lone Star state as well as hominy grits - ground white corn which looked and apparently tasted like gritty porridge or semolina, with the consistency of polenta. She came unstuck with the milk choices, though - opting for skinny milk rather than what the Americans refer to as "2%" - actually milk with 2% fat, but Maggie decoded it differently and deemed it to be 2% milk, 98% water. ...

    ChicaGO

    A travel blog entry by eddemer on Apr 14, 2014

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    The moment I arrived in Chicago I knew I was not even going to scratch the surface of this city. Not literally, I mean, that'd be kinda weird. I wanted to hit the blues bars and feel like Al Capone but by the time I got to the hostel it was 9pm and I'd been travelling for 10 hours and jumped through the time vortex (aka moved from Eastern Standard Time to Central Time). I was tired, and it didn't help that the hostel had some amazing facilities (including a grand piano) which ...