Residence Inn Chicago Naperville / Warrenville
Travel Blogs from Warrenville
... a tourist. Which pleasantly surprised me, because I thought with all the security measures obviously in place they'd be too busy to bother. Couldn't have been more friendly and accommodating, which reflected the general attitude of all the locals we'd encountered. People are obviously proud of the city, and want to share that with anyone who visits, it seems. The crowd grew as we approached the final stages of the marathon. We walked around until we found a place only a couple ...
... careful about credit professionals who state that tells you they could fix your credit. Since a lot of people go through credit problems, there are a lot of businesses that have popped up to take advantage of the situation. Do your homework and check out any attorney before you call them.
Opening additional lines of credit negatively affects your credit score. When offered large discounts or incentives for opening a new credit card, resist the ...
... up---mask, headphones, rain, and off to sleep I go; I wake up in MN On to Minneapolis-St. Paul where I photograph interesting train cars Beautiful trip down along the Mississippi I spend hours in the observation car Since we are so late I am certain I will miss my connection to the Capitol Limited and have to spend the night in Chicago Hooray! Amtrak says it will hold the Capitol Limited for an hour so that I can get to Pittsburgh on time! I am ready to be home with ...
... ourselves with a group of British girls at the very sophisticated Green Mill jazz club, where Al Capone and company used to celebrate. A no talking while listening policy soon led us to B.L.U.E.S., another cultural hotspot of Chicago known for it's blues groove it delivered an entertaining atmosphere, leading me to start a dance party for the last jam of the night.
Baseball is something I missed in NY so Harry and I had planned a White Sox game. A late start to the day ...
... style. The oldest house we saw was dated 1801 but we are now sure if they were affected by the great Chicago fire of 1871 and are actually more recent than that. Certainly the brick houses shown were built after the fire.
Of course, the other influence on Chicago architecture is Frank Lloyd Wright who spent the first 20 years of his career here. We did a tour of his house and studio in Oak Park where he lived when ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services