Knights Inn Hazel Crest

Address: 17214 South Halsted Street, Hazel Crest, Illinois, 60429, United States | 1 star motel
 
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This 1 star motel, located on 17214 South Halsted Street, Hazel Crest, is near The Spirit of Chicago and Union Stockyard Gate.
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1.50 of 5 stars Poor
 

Travel Blogs from Hazel Crest

Day 50: A Full Circle

A travel blog entry by khushibird on Feb 09, 2015

Thank you! Utterly grateful. It takes a heart to love, a heart to give , a heart to share and connect. Thank you for all your generous support, love and interest to this beautiful journey of life. It had been a marvelous journey. Instead of contributing 2 different children welfare organizations, we were able to support 6! And may be could support one more. Children ...

Wednesday 29th October

A travel blog entry by kirrav on Oct 29, 2014

... we had to change planes as when they disconnected the place the maintenance people wrecked our systems so we had to change planes. Landed in New York at 12:30 and caught a taxi to our hotel. Lots of guys pretending to be Taxi offering rides (bit dodgy). We stuck to the official Taxi line. Had some problems finding our hotel as it had changed names. Got in our room and went to ...

First couchsurfing!

A travel blog entry by untilseattle on Aug 17, 2014

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... 46356;쉬 피자도 먹었다. 새벽 한시경 크리스 집에서 나왔는데, 크리스는 잠에서 깨 우리를 공항까지 대려다 주웠다. 전철 타고 갈려고 했는데, 너무 ...

End of the line - Chicago

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jul 21, 2014

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... amp;M and skip out of the store with my purchase.

We finally get to 360 Chicago and pay the $18 to get up to see the view. We refuse to pay the $7 for the Tilt. It is the "ride" where you stand against the glass pane and they tilt you 30 degrees forward. Yawn. We walk around the observation deck and take in the view, it is nice up there but for me its similar to Centrepoint Tower, CN Tower basically on top of any tall building.

Its lunch time and we head to ...

Buildings and more Buildings

A travel blog entry by steveandcarro on Jun 04, 2014

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... up to The Millennium Park which is a wonderful haven in the city. There is also a wonderful amphitheatre in the park that is still being redeveloped. We then wandered around the shops as Steve wanted to buy a pair of walking shoes. We passed by an interesting shop called Eataly that combines on the ground floor a market with books, fresh fruit and veges, pastas and all ...