Hampton Inn & Suites Hoffman Estates
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Travel Blogs from Hoffman Estates
... chewing tobacco I would have spit it on the ground and with cowboy squinty eyes and drawl said "yup, that's me, the lone wolf". Instead I quickly make my way to the empty car and climb in. It goes on a constant slow turn for about 6-minutes and then that's it. That 6-minutes goes very slowly when you realise that maybe you have more of a fear of heights than you thought you did. When I wasn't holding onto the sides (okay gripping) I was quickly snapping some photos of the view. I ...
... spent on cocktails than an admission ticket. There was a short moment of hesitation when we realised that the Signature Room on the 95th floor had a dress code, which we, in our runners and shorts, definitely did not adhere too, but we decided to chance it anyway. Though the restaurant is ridiculously expensive, and maintains a policy of one main course per person (which start at $30), the bar one floor up is a little more relaxed. Cocktails ...
... which was too steep for most vehicles and pedestrians alike. The crooked section of the street, which is only about 400 metres long, is reserved for one-way traffic travelling downhill and is paved with red bricks. The speed limit in this section is 5mph. We also walked across the Golden Gate Bridge, from the north side over to Marin County, total length 8,981 feet, and then back again. Spectacular views back towards the city from this amazing bridge which some of ...
... a group of women from Chicago raise funds to build an orphanage in Benin, at the urging of the advisor to President Boni Yayi, and has recently returned from South Africa where she was a consultant to her human services counterpart on HIV/AIDS prevention in Kimberley. She has been invited to ...
... and best preserved T-Rex, which is called Sue! I was very excited to be going to see her :) The museum also has a brachiosaur skeleton outside of it, which is awesome. The foyer of the museum is where Sue is, so she's the first thing that you see as you go in, along with a couple of elephants. It's a nice foyer, but I do feel that I'm always comparing Natural History museums to the one in London, which is far and away the most spectacular in my opinion.
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking