Crowne Plaza Hotel Chicago - Northbrook

2875 North Milwaukee Avenue, Northbrook, Illinois, 60062, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2875 North Milwaukee Avenue, Northbrook, is near American Theater Company, Robin Richman, House Theatre, and Ron Seymour Studio.
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    Travel Blogs from Northbrook

    Preserve evergreen memories

    A travel blog entry by raleighcar574 on Jan 09, 14

    ... dolls





    Article Body:

    Preserve memories with decorative picture frames. Picture Frames add exceptionality in order to pictures along with keeps your current photos and memories evergreen. Picture frames supply support, protection and also artistic veracity. The Actual artwork involving picture framing was instigated through the Renaissance ...

    Traveling Can Be Simple With These Tips

    A travel blog entry by wifigh4555854 on Oct 14, 13

    ... you probably do not even want to think about it.

    Do not hope that an airline will make you are flying. Bring your own pillow, pillow and headphones if your trip is going to be a long one. You should also plan to bring a few airline approved snacks with you.

    If you have to drive a distance to the port to get on a cruise, stay at a hotel with free parking and get there the night before you are to leave. You can check with staff ...

    Chicago, IL

    A travel blog entry by 6bigmacs on Aug 30, 2013

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    ... they saw Lake Erie Rey understood what I meant. It is cool to see such huge lakes. We decided to push all the way to Chicago. It was a long 12.5 hour drive but worth it now that we are here. Unbelievable lightening storm as we approaches the city. Forks streaked across the entire horizon and we were all amazed like we were at a fireworks display. ...

    On our way back home

    A travel blog entry by pmzchenry on Aug 07, 2013

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    ... polite aircrew but not overly friendly, airline food, TV's in the back of the seat, reading, sleeping, crossword puzzles, nothing spectacular. M's mom, Peg, met us at O'Hare and we headed home, (after dropping off Peg and visiting for a bit). Driving here was a little bit odd for about 10 or 15 minutes but it was good to get back on the correct side of the road. We went home dropped off the luggage and ...

    The misty city!

    A travel blog entry by beales on Apr 10, 2013

    ... Jen quipped that we no longer needed to go outside as we could see all we wanted from the window! Fatigue set in and Jen tested the bed until lunchtime, after which we set out for a stroll around the sculptures of millennium park. The mirrored coffee bean that is know as the "cloud gate" was good fun and then it was time for a nice salad and soup at a nice place called Panera bread - to cleanse the system of the previous days energy drinks and quick snacks! We then decided ...