Hotel Indigo Chicago - Vernon Hills

Address: 450 North Milwaukee Ave., Vernon Hills, Illinois, 60061, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 450 North Milwaukee Ave., Vernon Hills, is near Cuneo Museum & Gardens, Pine Meadow Golf Club, and Kemper Lakes Golf Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Vernon Hills

    First Stop Al's #1 Italian Beef restaurant

    A travel blog entry by kgalle40 on Mar 10, 2015

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    So after watching MAN vs. FOOD on which restaurant in Chicago has the best Italian beef sandwiches we stopped at Al's for an Italian beef sandwich... Thanks to Adam host of the show we made it out without getting beef all over us. You stand with your feet apart bent over counter and bring soaking beef sandwich to your mouth! Delicious!!!��� ...

    Kicking back on Christmas Day

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Dec 25, 2014

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    Sitting back between meals on Christmas Day in Chicago after an excellent, if slightly over catered for, lunch. As tradition dictates, a breakfast of fruit salad and croissants was followed by strawberry daiquiris as lunch was prepared and presents opened. No luck when it comes to getting a white Christmas. It's been the mildest Christmas Day S&M can remember since being in Chicago. At one stage the door to ...

    Looking up in Chicago

    A travel blog entry by kate99 on Aug 18, 2014

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    ... I relaxed my no museum rule for a little while and visited the Museum of Science and Industry (where the best things were a miniature fairyland castle put together by a 1920s film star whose name I can't bring to mind right now, and an exhibition of Walt Disney memorabilia which was actually worth the extra money I had to pay for it), and the Art Institute of Chicago (which was really good because it had loads of impressionist paintings, plus that really ...

    A visit with niece Liz and the cackle of chicken

    A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Jul 07, 2014

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    ... meet her 3 huge dogs, husky, Malamud, Australian Shepherd ( who ever heard of it!?) types with long hair.Back at Dave and Judy's, the Last Supper was for Jon, another great pile of fried chicken, very good potato salad, home made bread and butter pickles and steamed snow peas. Judy has been lovely with her great food. And our last night brought a big thunderstorm with dramatic and very long-lasting lightening and thunder and quite some rain.So our time in GR has come ...

    First Ever Entry

    A travel blog entry by aoleary on May 25, 2014

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    ... well in writing). After walking there and almost passing it, we went up in the frightening, vintage elevator (which had nothing to hold onto, much to Jay's dismay) to the 16th floor, observed that this building looked somewhat like Gringott's, and got everything taken care of. Relief! Then we left, and walked around a bit because Jayla had never been there. Erin and I commented on the train system and ended up discussing Divergent. ...