Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... help feeling sorry for them a bit. All these people have a differing story to tell. One guy rounded us up and starts off by saying, "looking for somewhere to go in Chicago? I know Chicago well, don't go to the south or west sides - you'll get mugged. The central, North and East are OK though." Then he goes to the punchline, "can you spare me a dollar or two so I can by food to eat and take my medication? (Reveals ...
... level grey cloud. White washed wooden houses weighed down by the drifts of white powder. Roads covered with a film of black icy scum. It was the literally the grimmest atmosphere I've ever seen from the window of a train.
By the time I'd reached my stop I'd realised it might have been wise to ask my cousin which subway exit to use before exposing myself to the open air. This fail resulted in my trudging through the snow for quite some time, in the wrong direction. If ...
... Probably, it will take me a week or so adapt in this sci-fi automated land. But all is well that ends well. It's cold in Chicago. I took a bus from work to home (few blocks away) which I hardly used to do. But I wanted to enjoy the luxury of being alive , privilege of using a warm bus on an excellent road, experience a new found freedom! Regards and Bono Noches With lots of love Khushi :/ 4 ...
... and didn't like it as well). We made it to US Cellular Field just as the first game was ending. Whew! Well, I like this field better than Miller Park, but not as well as Wrigley. We like to buy a shot glass to commemorate our visit. We were directed to four different shops on three different levels before we finally found one left over from St Patricks day. Not a great intro. We did find a ...
... Theatre near the alley where Dillinger met his death.
The Gold Coast and Old Town neighborhoods seemed really neat, and I would've loved to have had more time to explore them on foot, we never did have time for that on this trip, so it'll be someplace for me to check out next time, along with other neighborhoods, because once you wander from the downtown, you'll wonder if you're still in Chicago or maybe San Francisco (Gold Coast reminded me ...