TownePlace Suites Marriott Joliet

Address: 1515 Riverboat Center Drive, Joliet, Illinois, 60431, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1515 Riverboat Center Drive, Joliet, is near Harrah's Joliet Casino, Rialto Square Theatre, and Empress River Casino.
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    1 week to kick stand up!

    A travel blog entry by bmwr1200 on May 21, 2014

    ... it's time for the second leg of my current journey. It's a Key West to the Arctic Circle adventure that will re-continue on May 28. I started out earlier this spring and knocked out the first leg of my of my journey with a trip to Key West and back to the Chicago area. On Wednesday May 28 my cousin Ted will join me for the Alaskan leg of the journey. I will keep you posted on this six-week ...

    Blackbird

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on May 17, 2013

    ... had parked in the other spot almost immediately asked me why I had parked in the spot that was a tow-away zone for the next half hour. I quickly realized I hadn't yet adjusted my watch for Central Time. I left and found another parking space.

    When I was on Central Time I realized I was over an hour early for dinner. I had heard about a nearby bar called Red Kiva that ...

    Chicago,Chicago my kind of town

    A travel blog entry by dolsontravels on Jul 27, 2012

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    ... we did not want to get in the work day traffic but it did not matter. The place was full of cars and people. I have never seen a town with so many people out walking around the downtown area on an weeken I am sure New York City is similar. We parked at Navy Pier (Flat rate to park $25). This is where all the tour companies are located. You can see the city by ...

    The Day After with Many Thanks!

    A travel blog entry by franceshamilton on May 20, 2012

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    ... down to the park and she had a blast! We all headed off to Alice's ball game. By then, she was enjoying the attention and played with the girls (who should have been in the dugout watching their teammates bat, our mistake!). We picked up her brothers and headed home for a quick dinner before game number 3. Willy was playing while a number of 5th grade girls took SaiSai to the park with Alice. SaiSai will ...

    Minor Differences

    A travel blog entry by btutterow on Jul 13, 2011

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  • Airports are like shopping malls. There are tons of stores and things to keep you busy while you wait and it can take a long time to walk to your gate.
  • Europe used much more LED lights in everyday life. I saw them on street signs, light fixtures, and even fountains.
  • Putting ice in your drink is rare - it can be considered offensive if a restaurant does so as drinks can be really expensive.
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