Red Roof PLUS+ Chicago Naperville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Giordano's (not amazing, but an experience in itself)
- Ramen and buns at Slurping Turtle
- Corner Bakery was really convenient for a quick bite,breakfast or panini (Sandwich)
- Steak at some fancy steak place (apparently Chicago is famous for their steaks - Morton's Steak House was not that great though)
The Bean also known as Cloud Gate - Millenium Park, the view from John Hancock and the Art Institute of Chicago.
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... lines within the park as well.
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... of the hotel on one side and planter boxes on another two. Max and Sarah, still waking up from their late night, ordered a fresh juice combination of kale, apple, celery, lemon and parsley - we all tried it and declared it to be "interesting", but tasty. We battled through the language barrier with the waiter who needed to repeat our order a couple of times before he was confident he had understood our accents correctly. The meals were duly delivered and we ate accompanied by a ...