Travelodge Naperville

Address: 1585 Naperville Wheaton Road, Naperville, Illinois, 60563, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1585 Naperville Wheaton Road, Naperville, is near Morton Arboretum, Cantigny, First Division Museum at Cantigny, and Cantigny Golf Club.
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    I'm going to Vancouver, Vancouver, Vancouver....

    A travel blog entry by remikit on Jun 28, 2015

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    ... br> Really, until the pet sitter gave them the treats and saw Devon out in the open, I didn't feel comfortable. I kept having this horrible thought that I'd locked Devon up in the bathroom or the closet in my rush to get out of the house.

    I need to travel more if only not to be so neurotic about my cats. And they can be a little less worried about where I am. So here's to more traveling from this moment on.


    CHAPTER 10: The Windy City

    A travel blog entry by madsandmike on Jun 19, 2014


    ... cafés ranged from 45minutes to an hour and a half. We visited to Millennium Park to see 'The Bean' & the open fountains. The Bean was amazing there were so many people taking photos of it, with it and under it. There were people that had graduated form college getting photos with family & friends. To round off our trip to Chicago we had a relaxing last day shopping and a bit of 94th story viewing of the ...


    A travel blog entry by abimartin on Oct 19, 2013

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    Getting to Chicago was quite a journey. We got a bus from Niagara to Buffalo, waited it out in Buffalo in front of the baseball with a few Coors for about 5 hours then when we came to get our train it was delayed by an hour (like I said they really don't care about the trains here so no-one gave a **** how late it was). Once we were on it, it was a bit more difficult to sleep than I thought, especially when the guy opposite was snoring away in an upright position with a blanket ...

    Chicagoland via Madison, Wisconsin

    A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Oct 15, 2013

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    ... in that epic journey, then to die so early – and so young – far away from home and surrounded by strangers, it’s very sad. The Corps stopped and buried him on a bluff overlooking the river at what later became Sioux City, Iowa, and they named the small river that flows into the Missouri there after him (it’s still called Floyd River). History remembers him as the ...

    Let's go Cubbies. A long wet day at Wrigley.

    A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Aug 22, 2013

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    ... Cow" the game was now tied at 4-4 and we were heading for extra innings. Strasburg fell to the floor and the unusually quiet cubs crowd went crazy (Me and Les included). Extra innings went with the form book, with the Nationals winning it 5-4 in the 13th inning at just past 7:20pm. What was supposed to be a quick afternoon game at Wrigley had turned into 8 and half hour baseball marathon.

    Side note the ushers at Wrigley are ...