La Quinta Inn Chicago Hoffman Estates
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in it. Across the street was an old Presbyterian church, where about 10 homeless men slept in the pews, under a beautifully decorated roof and walls. And across from that was the largest shopping mall of something: it was HUGE. Bought a dress at Forever21, as you do. And as shopping and touristing makes you hungry, we got a snack in the restaurant of the 360 Chicago (aka Hancock) building at approx. ...
... glam entrance into the tower. We arrive at the lift and are about to step in when we hear "ladies can I just check your ids please". We knew straight away what that meant. 21 rule screws us over again! So instead we kept the evening classy and stayed in the tower, but went to the Cheesecake Factory. Ok , maybe not as classy but it was beautiful. This was the first time we really understood what people meant by massive portions in USA. The mushroom chicken we ordered was enough for ...
After the unfriendliest introduction at customs Chicago's charm is taking over with fantastic food, great architecture and genuinely fun people and things to do. Cubs baseball game was class- quote of the day shouted by the lady behind us: "Was it over when the GERMANS bombed pearl harbour?!" ...Brilliant The following day we ...
... CROSSROADS STAGE
11:15 a.m. Michael Charles
2:45 p.m. Vance Kelly and the Backstreet Blues Band
2:30 p.m. Selwyn Birchwood
4:15 p.m. Chicago Blues Divas w/ Peaches Straton, Deitra Farr and ...
... when we received our bill and found out that we had been served by Jesus himself (we have proof!) The three of us walked around the downtown area, with Mary pointing out all the points of interest. What a gorgeous day...blue skies, warm sunshine, but still fairly strong winds funnelling through the tall buildings, reminding us of the fierce storm that had hit the city only less than 24 hours before. Our large breakfast was still with ...