Hampton Inn & Suites Addison

Address: 1685 West Lake Street, Addison, Illinois, 60101 , United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1685 West Lake Street, Addison, is near Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art.
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      Travel Blogs from Addison

      It was 99 cents yo

      A travel blog entry by prawn0 on May 28, 2014

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      ... through the city to go to the willis tower which is the tallest building in chicago and at one point I'm pretty sure it was the tallest in the world. We went up to the 103rd floor and you had 360 degree views of chicago. Lucky for us it was a fairly clear day so we had amazing visibility. You really don't realise just how big a city actually is until you see it from high up. They also have these sky decks within the building that are like enclosed glass boxes that jut out from the ...

      Benefits Of Moving To Naples, Florida

      A travel blog entry by pelicanmar281 on Dec 27, 13

      ... want to leave. Here are some explanations why you need to move to Florida.

      1. The beaches at Florida are believed as a few of the best-in the whole planet. You'll be able to enjoy your time and effort there as if it were summer break all-year around.

      2. There are literally many local attractions as possible head to. You could try and arrive at know most of the ...

      Architectural Nerds!

      A travel blog entry by rorox on Sep 29, 2013

      13 photos

      ... one star. The statue is representative of a woman with outstretched arms and we still aren’t entirely sure what this had to do with Chicago and why it was considered so famous, but it did confirm our lack of understanding (and interest - yes likely related issues) in modern art. We continue on down the darkened wind tunnel streets and finally reached Chicago's famed theatre district. The theatre district sat in the shadows of the elevated train line, illuminated only by ...

      A clown walks into a gym...

      A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Sep 12, 2013

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      It's nice to be back in the land of sponsors again! We were set up to stay overnight in the parking lot of the fitness center, which was on the edge of a beautiful park and man-made lake with a 1 mile walking path. After we settled in, we enjoyed the rare cool weather and walked the path. The circus folks are going to LOVE this lot because it’s within walking distance of a number of stores/restaurants/a mall and there’s a playground near the lake too.
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      The Break-Up

      A travel blog entry by traveljedi on Aug 16, 2013

      36 photos

      ... enjoyed myself. This is definitely something that, as an expat living in Saudi, I really miss. So when there is the opportunity to go to the cinema I try and make the most of it. The film itself was brilliant (especially for a sequel) and would recommend it if you enjoyed the first one. After the film I made my way back to the motel with a kind of sad feeling as tomorrow I was heading back to the land of sand and I'd had a truly awesome 23 days so far. Something told me day 24 wouldn't be so good...
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