Write Inn

Address: 211 N Oak Park Avenue, Oak Park, Illinois, 60302, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Oak Park area of Oak Park, is near Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio, Frank Lloyd Wright's Unity Temple, Hemingway Museum, and City of Chicago Store.
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    Travel Blogs from Oak Park


    A travel blog entry by ashnloz on Mar 27, 2014

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    ... more than enough to feed the three of us! After dinner we jumped in a cab to the neighbourhood of Wrigelyville, home of Wrigley Field where the Chicago Cubs are based. We had a drink at Sluggers Bar, just down from the field. On the too floor were batting cages where for a couple of dollars you get fed balls from a bowling machine. I was so much fun. Ash smashed it; his cricket skills came in handy. Lauren surprised herself too! Jake actually plays ...

    Ferris Bueller's day off

    A travel blog entry by lolpol on Nov 09, 2013

    ... still fun anyway! Then off for dinner with old colleague Eddy and Mrs, who I haven't seen for a couple of years. Yay :) We went to a smoky BBQ place that his local colleagues recommended, was very tasty! Then packing and getting ready for train to Reno tomoz. I could totally stay in Chicago longer, there's so much to see and do! It's really smart, big and shiny ...

    Hemingway and Frank Lloyd Wright

    A travel blog entry by bulaska on Nov 06, 2013

    From Chicago it's not far away to Oak Park, where two very famous persons were active - Ernest Hemingway and Frank Lloyd Wright.

    In case of Hemingway you can visit his birth house which is a museum now. We decides against it as the entrance fee was quite high. But the reviews are very good and it seems worth to visit it.


    The secret station

    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Sep 12, 2013

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    ... so many had just been built this millennium. The weather was glorious again and a great deal cooler. Favourites? The Marina Towers, with its car and yacht park; the 'Diva', a curvaceous glass construction with interesting reflections; and the Trump Tower, which blended in so well. The view from Lake Michigan was wonderful too. My plans to go south to the University were thwarted by a complete inability to find the Metra station on Randolph. I had to ask a local who took me ...


    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Sep 11, 2013

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    ... so you can take some arty photos. There was a super view of the skyline. I spent just an hour or so in the Art Institute though you could spend a day there. I concentrated on the American art and Impressionists. Some super sculpture as well, including one of four cowboys I'd seen in London. Naturally all the postcards I wanted of the pictures I liked the most weren't there. This international conspiracy continues. Key learn in Chicago: some stations' names are duplicated. ...