Red Carpet Inn

Address: 17301 South Halsted, I-80 at Route 1/Halsted Street, South Holland, Illinois, 60473, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 17301 South Halsted, I-80 at Route 1/Halsted Street, South Holland, is near The Spirit of Chicago and Union Stockyard Gate.
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      Travel Blogs from South Holland

      Zip Cars, Costco, Girl and The Goat

      A travel blog entry by chris_a on Dec 27, 2014

      ... they were hitting the streets of Chicago and back to the apartment block to pick up the others. With Max navigating via his iPhone, after a few twists and turns we were pulling up at Costco and off into a vast warehouse-sized building exploring what was on offer. Some products are common no matter where you are in the world and others are very relevant to the local region - e.g. electric snow blowers and snow shoes. Apart from that (and ...

      Toycortez76

      A travel blog entry by horndale22 on Oct 30, 2014

      ... and tilling backyards. A portable tractor may be a lesser release of these power tractor and is fantastic for landscape designs assignments. Subcompact and compressed tractors employ a horse power that ranges from 15hp to 40hp. You will need a utility tractor if you have a small need and farm to mechanise more complex farming tasks. Energy tractors are available in very different models and offer a hp that varieties from 45hp to ...

      Last day in Chicago

      A travel blog entry by trevorrose on Aug 26, 2014

      ... on the bus, but it passed quickly and by the time we got off it had passed over. This pier was used many years ago as a transport hub for shipping out the various produce of the city - Lake Michigan is about 140 kilometres wide here and there used to be many vessels plying the coast linking the towns and cities. Mumsie had a "blondie" and asked where the cruise ships docked - completely forgetting that it is a land locked fresh water lake! ...

      Chicago: did it burn in vain? You decide.

      A travel blog entry by isy14 on May 11, 2014

      ... curious nature pulled me into the building. How glad was I of my curious and spontaneous nature? Very. The building itself gleamed with detail and history with free exhibitions and the largest glass dome made by Tiffany set in one of the roofs (which, by the way, was spectacular). I listened to an extremely talented live pianist and explored the building. I came across an awesome exhibition of the Mecca apartments; a block of flats originally built in 1890 (approx) for ...

      On the Trail of the Elusive Pygmy Hippoo

      A travel blog entry by gflacke on May 01, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... they are home to the Southeast Zoo Alliance for Reproduction and Conservation (SEZARC), a research laboratory facility that performs hormone assays and is involved in several endangered-species reproduction and conservation projects. At SEZARC I learned the somewhat messy and tedious (and definitely smelly!) process of actually extracting hormones from dung samples and then running laboratory assays to measure and quantify those hormones. These unconventional and unique ...