M-Star Calumet Park

Address: 12808 South Ashland Avenue, Blue Island, Illinois, 60827, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel, located in the Chicago Southwest area of Blue Island, is near Grant Park, Pullman Historic District, Studio 110, and Historic Pullman Foundation Visitor Center.
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Travel Blogs from Blue Island

Kicking back on Christmas Day

A travel blog entry by chris_a on Dec 25, 2014

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Sitting back between meals on Christmas Day in Chicago after an excellent, if slightly over catered for, lunch. As tradition dictates, a breakfast of fruit salad and croissants was followed by strawberry daiquiris as lunch was prepared and presents opened. No luck when it comes to getting a white Christmas. It's been the mildest Christmas Day S&M can remember since being in Chicago. At one stage the door to ...

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A travel blog entry by horndale22 on Oct 30, 2014

... currently available, each designed for a unique thing. If you need to work on a large garden or an extensive area of field or pasture, a subcompact or compact tractor will fit heavy duty landscaping jobs and tasks like digging, hauling or ploughing. A subcompact tractor serves as a lesser type of an compact tractor. There are the versatility and power to perform a substantial array of horticulture duties together with ...

Into Chicago

A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 24, 2014

... along the Chicago River and a few of the 45 split bridges that cross it. The number of people about on a Sunday arvo was amazing, but when you consider that the city has a population of 2.7 million and all the shops are open it was not so surprising. When the tour ended it had got very hot and steamy, so we popped into the Hard Rock Cafe for a late lunch and a drink, before going back to the motel to see if our rooms were ready. Thankfully they were and ...

To the airport, American security

A travel blog entry by bonneybombach on Jul 10, 2014

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... spick and span, constant cleaners like elsewhere, automated flush, automated taps in hand basis, all very nice, good good. Many things we like.Food not included. In general this remains the land of the sandwich, the hamburger, chips, synthetic and many types of salad dressings ,a ton of carbohydrate. Would have to go VERY upmarket to avoid.Here not only the disabled but also the military get priority boarding. If I sound a tad cynical please, all you Americans ...

A murder - and disposal of the evidence

A travel blog entry by chris_a on May 26, 2014

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... plate, then headed back to the stores to browse. Maggie made a few gift purchases at Marbles (the Brain Store), then we headed for the Chicago souvenir shop which always seems to have interesting mementos to take back to Australia; unfortunately they are closing down so stock was very limited. We left Water Tower Place and popped in to North Face where we spent quite some time browsing the racks and trying things on. Nothing was on sale (other shops had Memorial Day ...