Courtyard Chicago Arlington Heights/South

Address: 100 West Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights, Illinois, 60005, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 100 West Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights, is near Legoland Discovery Centre Chicago, Medieval Times, Arlington Park Racecourse, and Woodfield Shopping Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Arlington Heights

    Driving into the wind

    A travel blog entry by prawn0 on May 27, 2014

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    ... a giant 3d bean shaped mirror that reflects the whole city on it. Unfortunately it was still raining at this point so wasn't at its finest exactly but it was still amazing to see. We also saw these water features that light up colours on the outside with water flowing down over them. Then of particular sides they have massive faces shown that move and change as well. Next on the agenda was a fountain that lights up and has a ...

    Off I go..

    A travel blog entry by kiki13 on Jan 16, 2014

    Well, the day is finally here...I am packed and ready to go of on my adventure. It is hard to be excited still because the day started with a trip to the doctor and me on antibiotics. This should make for wonderful traveling (sarcasm). For the most part everything went smoothly at the airport, other than going to the wrong terminal for departure. I booked with one airline ...

    Architectural Nerds!

    A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 29, 2013

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    ... consequently, be impressed. In front of us was the DuSable bridge, aptly named after Chicago’s first non native resident who set up the first trading post in the courtyard in front of the Tribune Building. The Du Sable Bridge like all the bridges along the Chicago River, are working bridges and are of double leaf, trunnion bascule design. Bascule is French for see- saw. Due to their unique design these immense iron structures move with surprising ease and elegantly straddle ...

    Choo-choo-Chicagoooo!

    A travel blog entry by hannah-ollie on Sep 18, 2013

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    ... space filled with sculptures and a huge open air music venue, where free concerts are held most evenings. The Pritzker Pavilion was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and is acoustically near-perfect; the rest of the park has bridges and sculptures all designed to block traffic noise and make the park more peaceful. On weekends, free workout classes are done in the park, and huge crowds come to eat lunch every day. The most popular sculpture is known as 'The ...

    A very LONG drive!

    A travel blog entry by kouatly on Sep 17, 2013

    ... the traffic layer to the map. I saw a new color Black - I've seen Red, Yellow and Green, but never Black before. Not wanting to see what Black really looks like on the highway we quickly exited and were blessed by a nice toll attendant who gave us a nice detour. It took us up to Lake Eire again and down Rt. 2 to 53 and then back to I90 after the accident. This probably added 50+ miles but saved ...