Red Roof Inn Chicago Downtown Magnificent Mile

Address: 162 E Ontario St, Chicago, Illinois, 60611-2809, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located in the Magnificent Mile area of Chicago, is near Magnificent Mile, Nordstrom, Devon Avenue, and Niketown.
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          Up up and away

          A travel blog entry by kins


          ... plus I got to take the controls for a few minutes :) Now we are back at Lauren's place and I am still buzzing from how cool it was, going to try and take a nap though because tonight we are heading out for some Chicago style deep dish pizza then to Lauren's local bar.

          On the agenda for tomorrow is heading in to downtown Chicago for a wander round, with a visit to the Art Museum and Willis (Sears) Tower plus where ever else our feet take ...


          A travel blog entry by dlclarke7

          Not much to tell, left New York on a train bound for Chicago. 19 HOURS LATER!!! we arrived in Chicago, picked the car up as soon as we arrived and left! Chicago.

          However I must give a quick mention to our fellow passengers, as without them our journey...would of been pleasurable.

          We had two guys sitting across from us who listened to their music out loud until the late evening and then had the courtesy to talk loudly on their phones while everyone was ...

          Chicago Day 3 - Taste of America

          A travel blog entry by tangerine9


          ... pizza restaurant where it was the same story with people just blocking the pavements waiting for a table to ready.

          It must be something about American national holidays because three years ago we were back in the States over Labour Day weekend, we travelled for many miles and looked for hours trying to find accommodation for the evening. In the end we had to settle for what I still regard as the worst hotel I have ever stayed in, in a place called Carpenteria, California ...

          A silly train ride from Chicago to New York

          A travel blog entry by tillysouth

          ... of private in-joke that they have with each other. NOT appropriate for a train journey. Thankfully after a while of this they went to cry somewhere else (probably whilst eating lunch in the dining cart) and we were all about to continue about our boredom in peace.

          Finally, around 5pm or so, we arrived into Penn station NY and Harmie was on her way to meet me so I could begin my New York City adventure (see next blog, probably slightly less crazy. Or maybe not...)

          Tear-Inducing Hostel

          A travel blog entry by philippajane86


          Well the hostel that I booked for Friday and Saturday night was not a success! I made my way there on Friday morning using the three day pass I'd bought: it was a forty minute ride on the train to Granville! I found the hostel quite easily, but really wish I hadn't! The little man at reception couldn't find my reservation, then wanted to see my email to confirm it, I declined, he tried to charge me full price rather than with the deposit deducted, and then my credit card was ...