TheWit - A DoubleTree By Hilton
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTheWit - A DoubleTree By Hilton Chicago
Parking hideously expensive $ 50 per night!
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We started the day off by walking to church together for adoration and mass. The parish was very welcoming! They allowed us to bring the gifts up during mass and had Linda give the homily! How awesome is that?
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... 8221;. So we put our gym gear on ready for a 10km round walking trip, as there was no way we were losing our park and driving there. Along the way, we see the city bicycles (like the ones in Brisbane), and decide its only $7 for a 24hr pass, so of course we get on some. You can only ride for 30minutes at a time before you have to return it to a bicycle station and get a new one (for no cost). So we thought this was going to be easier than walking 10km, ...
... removable tabs, each one got you a 4-ounce tasting cup from any of the participating breweries inside. It wasn’t a great event, the place was packed, the first brewery stall we went to had run out of beer and of the others we tried, nothing really stood out. Mike came along with Kerri and his friend Grant and all of us agreed this wasn’t where we wanted to be, so we finished off our tokens and headed for a dive bar. Alex joined us and we spent a few ...
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