Courtyard Chicago Arlington Heights/North

Address: 3700 North Wilke Road, Arlington Heights, Illinois, 60004, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 3700 North Wilke Road, Arlington Heights, is near Arlington Park Racecourse, Cuneo Museum & Gardens, Long Grove Confectionary Co., and The Chicago Athenaeum.
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    Travel Blogs from Arlington Heights

    Liposuction: The Most Popular Cosmetic Surgery

    A travel blog entry by neighborly830 on Jan 10, 15

    ... fats or “lipo” meaning fats, while “suction” identifies removing oxygen, making a partial vacuum, to power substance into a clear box. Where plasty means repair, there's also the medical term lipoplasty. It's also known as body sculpting. This process reshapes the body, providing one a leaner and sexier look. This is probably around 90% of most who underwent this action were women.

    Go East, Young Man

    A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 01, 2014

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    In December 2013, I had a particularly interesting conversation with my uncle in Minsk. He informed me that in May, the World Hockey Championships would be held in Belarus and that the government would treat any ticket purchased for any game as an entrance visa. Having previously failed to acquire a visa into Belarus three years ago when I tried to visit with Tina, I figured this was my opportunity to see him, and my origin, again. ...

    Prepping for SE Asia (The boring stuff)

    A travel blog entry by phizly on Jan 08, 2014

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    ... rough itinerary, and then physically packing.

    Much of logistics and having a rough itinerary will overlap. Shots, prescriptions, visas, and travel insurance are probably the most important steps but are actually dependent on your rough itinerary. Many blogs are dedicated to these steps specifically so I will leave that for someone else.

    The way I went about deciding when and where I wanted to be was pretty simple. I setup ...

    Day 1: Long Flights, Sleepless Nights.

    A travel blog entry by paigeapp on Oct 30, 2013

    ... a change of scenery. Canada is beautiful but, I need a new kind of beautiful. Something greener, maybe something older/newer. Maybe I'll even be able to see a mixture of sheep and cows rather than a whole field of boring old prairies filled with boring old cows. I guess it's the little things that make you love a place or anything in general.

    Until I receive free wifi .. xoxo.



    The furniture district

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Sep 04, 2013

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    ... dinner at Max's request - Sarah was out at her weekly dancing class. We then watched the semi final of American Masterchef and were pleased at the elimination of one of the more unlikeable contestants - the format here is very similar to that back home, but everyone is meaner. Unsurprisingly, Gordon Ramsey swears - but so do many of the contestants; often calling each other rather nasty names. The final is next week and has been pre-recorded; only two contestants ...