Fairfield Inn Chicago Tinley Park
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Travel Blogs from Tinley Park
... I think it's amazing that I can go online, find some stranger, and within a couple hours we've had this strange Starbucks-based transaction where everyone is happy. But these things do happen and I now have a tiny computer to take on the trip to be able to share my steps.
But here I go. We've planned very little. I know we have a place to sleep, and beyond that every day will be it's own adventure. ...
... out because it is kinda cool to see how passionate and how serious Americans take there sport. There were statues of iconic players and a fair bit of history that this particular stadium had to offer. Other than that the area that it inhabited was rather old and run down, though it gave the stadium a homey feeling as if it added to the age and heritage of the joint.
Next was the Magnificent Mile which was all ...
... the hostel! That evening basketball was on again so we took the opportunity to have a few beers at kaseys. Friday was our last full day in Chicago was a really nice day and we spent the day at the beach! We found a small mall where I purchased some basketball shorts which I know mum wouldn't be to impressed at :). We had a gig in the evening so we headed back early to eat and get ready, we started of with a beer at kaseys before we headed of to Lincoln hall which ...
... much trouble. 6) The people are amazingly polite - we've not heard "excuse me" said more often for even the most insignificant of things. 7) Fashion takes a back seat to common sense at this time of year - everything people wear is designed to keep out the cold and it is pretty much all in black. Fur is popular - both hats and coats. 8) Alcohol is very inexpensive and widely available - not only can you buy alcoholic drinks at the ...
... leaving the station and walked over the Dan Ryan Expressway. Looking North, you could see a great view of the Chicago skyline! Just prior to entering the stadium, I noticed a few people under a tent trying to solicit people to complete a survey about Chevrolet vehicles. It was obvious they were trying to promote their line of vehicles. In return for completing a survey and watching a promo, we got a White Sox/Chevrolet key ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility