Country Inn & Suites Naperville
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... look it up). Looks like they are in Ballston, though. Had a lovely time there tonight exploring local craft beers, though I could have gone international just as easily. I also could have stayed for trivia night (tonight is general knowledge, but next Tuesday night is Harry Potter night). This is another establishment with no kitchen. The BYOF (bring your own food) concept is still strange to ...
... 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 ...
... so we walked the three blocks to Toni's Patisserie - an old favourite from former visits. We were very happy to find ourselves drinking good coffee (and eating delicious French pastries) as the rain began to fall. We lingered even longer and shared a salad plate for lunch, then walked home under as many awnings as we could find; arriving back at the apartment looking rather sodden nonetheless. Once we had dried off, Max booked a taxi to take us ...
... font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'Droid Sans', sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 19.984375px;">- I want to come back
- 4th of July celebration is rather disappointing
- Couchsurfing is awesome, big thanks to Jane and The Friendly ...
... We walked and shopped in Michigan avenue, had some Starbucks, saw the bean in Millenium park, watched some people ice skate in the park and had lunch at the cutest little place called Pret. A wonderful day in the city and I would love to go back to ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet