Holiday Inn Countryside

6201 West Joliet Rd., Countryside, Illinois, 60525, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 6201 West Joliet Rd., Countryside, is near Brookfield Zoo, Toyota Park (Bridgeview Stadium), Kohler Waters Spa at Burr Ridge, and The Daisy Shop.
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    Travel Blogs from Countryside

    I keep reminding myself it can only go up

    A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on Feb 20, 2014

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    I am finally on my way home for a few days after completing a process that would drive nearly everyone insane. It was an absolutely trying experience and I only survived thanks to friends like Maneka, who saved my sanity.

    This is going to be a short entry only because I do not want to be negative, but again, I give everyone credit who has to do on a regular basis what I had to go through getting my visa. Part was, of ...

    Social Networking Marketing Tips

    A travel blog entry by buyfaceboo574 on Jan 18, 14

    ... web sites are extremely well-known, doesn't show they're best for you. Even though they are best for you, do not limit yourself in their mind. Different sites, for example Google and Yelp, could possibly be advantageous to a business. On sites like these it is possible to 'claim' your online enterprise and guarantee that precise particulars are getting posted. Customers of such social media marketing websites can also ...

    A long weekend? Off to Chicago!

    A travel blog entry by tan13_ocanada on Nov 04, 2013

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    ... coal and goods. One of the pilings on the east bank was driven into the bottom of the river alongside the north wall of the old tunnel. Although the pilings did not actually punch through the tunnel wall, the clay soil that was displaced by the piling eventually breached the wall, allowing sediment and water to seep into the tunnel. After some weeks, most of the clay between the water and the breach had liquefied which rapidly increased the rate of flooding into the tunnel. ...


    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Sep 11, 2013

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    ... browsed a couple of shops and made our way south wards again, this time down De Witt Place which runs just west of Lake Shore Drive. We found ourselves at the rear of the Museum of Contemporary Art, and ducked into its retail shop which always has quirky gift ideas. Our subsequent exploration between there and the main drag uncovered a small park with seating that was heavily patronised and a fire station with a memorial to fallen comrades ...

    Day 6 - French Market

    A travel blog entry by cindytaylor on Jul 29, 2013


    ... here is great, it has a section of foodstuffs as well as a pharmacy. I find myself in one of these (they have them everywhere) nearly every day just wandering up and down the aisles in search of something exciting.

    I make a nice and light chicken salad for dinner and then jump online to do a proper grocery order through Peapod home delivery. Hopefully this will cut down on my "bits and pieces" buying I've been doing. Those bits and pieces haven't been all that healthy!!