Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Chicago-Algonquin

Address: 2595 Bunker Hill Drive, Algonquin, Illinois, 60102, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2595 Bunker Hill Drive, Algonquin, is near Buffalo Park Forest Preserve.
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Travel Blogs from Algonquin

Test blog

A travel blog entry by lenhoch on Sep 05, 2014

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I want to see how this works

Panama's split personality....

A travel blog entry by wheatonkel on Mar 03, 2012

... Manuel Noriega just a couple decades ago. Panama also has a rich history, with Spanish conquistadores hauling golden Incan plunder across the strait, pirate attacks in attempts to garner those riches, and of course, the famous Canal and its history. It has preserved its culture, too-- the country signed a treaty with its indigenous tribes so they could maintain their culture and lands. But can these natural wonders ...

Sailing my ship

A travel blog entry by kelsquits on Jan 08, 2012

Okay, so. It finally started to hit me that I won't be living in the luxury of my own home, or back at IWU with the comfort of my friends. I won't be glued to my iPhone4s or bumming on the second floor lounge. I won't be calling my parents five times a day (I know you'll miss that). I won't be walking through the quad to get to class, or "working" every night at Shirk. I won't be at team workouts ...

An Entry For The Family

A travel blog entry by roxyhart on Sep 04, 2011

... idealistic ********, in all honesty. As if it were something I wrote to sound pretty, so I could one day look back & remember how blissfully cinematic it all felt. But the idea that I actually believed what I'd written? No chance!

But 3 years later, here I am, about to tell you all that yeah, I feel it again. This connection with the past. This absurd sense of familiarity in entirely foreign surroundings. It's a ridiculous notion but ...

A day to Celebrate Polish heritage

A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Aug 25, 2010

1 comment, 66 photos

... of our American history that we never hear or talk about in our schools. (I wonder why???)

Tadeusz Kosciuszko was born in Poland in 1746. He was a military leader and an engineer. When he heard the Americans were fighting for their freedom, he offered to help. He came to America and build forts along the Hudson River to stop the English ships from shelling the land. Congress made him a General. After the war, he ...