Hyatt Regency Schaumburg, Chicago
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this place is beautiful and the rooms/ service is great... all staff were nice, the lobby is well decorated, the rooms have great design, especially loved the vanity with shells
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... not too far, did we have time? Did we feel like going that far? Ah what the heck, didn't take too long to catch a bus and we were on our way to Staropolska. Good food, great service, Perfect place to end our day and our trip. I'm so glad we got the 3 day Ventra pass. We may not have needed it in the end as we decided to keep our car so didn't need it all three days. But it gave us easy access to both the El and the bus which we used to good ...
... area, but a little touristy for us and under construction! Then it was back on the road to head to mirror lake camp grounds in Wisconsin! When we got to the campsite the temperature had dropped to 43 degrees and we were unable to purchase firewood...I couldn't get my thermals on fast enough! Andrew and I spent the evening inside the camper playing gin rummy! It was fantastic! We love this being married thing, its pretty ...
... and suburbia to get to Chicago. What should have been an hour drive took about 2. We were knackered by the time we got to Brian's place.
Brian is another Airbnb find. He lives in a three bedroom place in Logan Square. The neighbourhood is beautiful. Victorian houses, tree lined streets and cute cafes, bars and restaurants. We meet Brian as we are going up the walkway and he shows us around. The house is gorgeous. Brian is some kind of artist and all the artwork in the ...
... br> Noon Diamond Jim Greene
1:30 p.m. Mike Dangeroux Blues Band
3 p.m. Chicago Delta Blues Band w/ Bob Stroger, Barrelhouse Chuck, Billy Flynn and Kenny “Beedy Eyes” Smith
4:30 p.m. Sugar Blue
... an unexpected chance to visit Chicago for a day. We were given a beautiful room on the 35th floor with a spectacular view of the city. But, like any 4-5 star hotel, the more you pay, the more you pay. Wireless internet was available for $14.95. No free phone calls. Expensive restaurant. There was free internet in the lobby, so once we got settled in the room, we headed down there to get food and connectivity to the world. The food ...