Longman & Eagle

2657 N. Kedzie Ave, Chicago, Illinois, 60647, United States | Inn
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This inn, located in the University Village - Little Italy area of Chicago, is near Union Station, Greektown, Jane Addams' Hull-House Museum, and Maxwell Street.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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Adventures of a first class traveller......

A travel blog entry by werryhoneymoon on Jul 16, 2014

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... but to be honest we were so engrossed by our immediate surroundings that we could't have been more excited if someone famous had been in there with us.

After take-off we changed into our first class pyjamas and settled in, checking out all of the seat functions and watching TV. Dominica then approached and asked us what time we would like our meal to be served (they make it when you want it rather than give it out at a designated point and each course comes ...

The First Step

A travel blog entry by alexveale on Jul 01, 2014

... foods offered to make weary travelers feel at home. But mostly I can feel the excitement universally shared as each person takes the first step on their journey. When I woke up this morning the day felt like any other day, it wasn't until we pulled up to the All'Italia terminal that the reality of beginning a new adventure set in! Unfortunately the realities of modern day security cut my fantasy short as we were swept away into a turmoil of metal detectors and police wands. After ...

Driving into the wind

A travel blog entry by prawn0 on May 27, 2014

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... Basically it's a normal pizza with almost a biscuity textured pastry that was thick and high on the sides. The pizza had the most topping I'd seen since being over here and it was quite nice although the crust was a bit much for me. We then headed to our bike tour we had organised. And as luck would have it it started raining as soon as we got there, it didn't look promising for our tour to stay dry. The tour went along ...

I hate Alitalia

A travel blog entry by pao.pao on May 12, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... and now I am typing this!I wonder what would have happened if I had no money to book a hotel, or if I did not have such a resourceful mother, able to communicate with me clearly and to help me finding a solution to all of this.
I have slept for about 5 hours, and I have to face a 9:30 hours long flight to get home. Alitalia had not helped me at all, but it had blamed me for not showing up at the gate. It had been unable to communicate with AA, and ...

Speedy Plans In Catering - An Intro

A travel blog entry by 1atomsand5782 on Nov 04, 13

... main entrees, side-dishes and desserts. So that it helps to take these factors in mind each caterer works with a variety of options for each palate.

The booze policies that different caterers can work with should likewise be viewed. A caterer ought to be one that could offer a superb beverage list that comprises not just nonalcoholic beverages but also plenty of alternatives. Some will offer you wines that will come from sizeable wine lists while some will ...