Red Roof Inn Chicago - Northbrook / Deerfield
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... how I felt about the Wieners Circle. Instead I'll give you the short story. Customer service normally revolves around a pleasant manner and helpful service. This place spits in the face of conventional customer service and slaps it in the face with its wiener. The staff went easy on me, probably acknowledging I was foreign and could easily have stumbled upon this place by accident not knowing what I was in for. They merely swore at me, as I was ordered to sit my ass ...
... coal and goods. One of the pilings on the east bank was driven into the bottom of the river alongside the north wall of the old tunnel. Although the pilings did not actually punch through the tunnel wall, the clay soil that was displaced by the piling eventually breached the wall, allowing sediment and water to seep into the tunnel. After some weeks, most of the clay between the water and the breach had liquefied which rapidly increased the rate of flooding into the tunnel. ...
... Most of the hardware was displayed behind lockable glass cabinets, meaning that a purchaser required staff assistance to look at items before choosing. Back at their apartment we helped unpack the shopping bags, leaving Sarah to find cupboard space for all the purchases; Yvonne and I then returned to our hotel to have a quiet hour or two. Following a late brunch, a relatively early dinner had been planned. After reading that it had featured in the 2013 Michelin Guide's 'Bib ...
Nothing's better at combating jet-lag-induced oversleeping than being woken up at 5 in the morning by light streaming through a stylish, if not particularly effective, Manhattan apartment curtain. Having really hit home yesterday evening that I was away, I decided to capitalise on my last day in New York for 6 weeks. Working up an appetite by tidying the apartment, I followed the doorman's directions to an obscure little deli at 74th/Lexington and bought breakfast which I ate in Central ...