Park Place Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Glenview
... Following a late lunch, we all ventured out into the cold evening air to a cocktail bar on the 15th floor of the nearby Holiday Inn hotel. This was recommended by S&M for its commanding views along the Chicago River. We shared the bar with members of a very formal black tie wedding party gathered for pre-dinner drinks. The traditional wedding dress and bridesmaids' outfits seemed out of place with the near freezing conditions outside. After taking ...
... 47532;를 잡을 것. 만약 자리가 두 자리 정도는 한 사람이 차지할 수 있을 정도로 빈 날이라면 그리 미리 자리를 잡으면 좀 편하게 갈수 있을 것 같다. ...
... just say I have that effect on a lot of women that are old enough to be my mother after I've had a few El Niño's... Funniest part is that Lorraine thinks I am talking to someone on FaceTime as she can't see the lady talking to me. She asks "who are you talking to" and I try to indicate that someone is sitting next to me. Thankfully, Kelly clears things up, and they call us to board which saves me from any further conversation. They did have a pretty ...
... Field. They booked us a room in a couple's home using Air B&B and it was great. We got to Chicago around 11, talked to the owner of the house for a little while as he gave us some suggestions of places to go and eat, then we went out to grab dinner. The only place with a kitchen still open was Lucky's Sandwich Co. It was one of the places I wanted to go after watching Man vs. Food. We all got stuffed sandwiches that ...
On a not so positive note - my wife and I seemed to constantly be putting our hands in our pockets to give change to beggars. The number of homeless in Chicago (as with most large US cities) is definitely much larger than in similar-sized Australian cities. I know that many of these people are probably drug addicts or alcoholics, and we were later advised that it is better to give them meal vouchers instead of ...