Bridgestreet - The Sterling

Address: 345 N Lasalle St, Chicago Ridge, Illinois, 60610, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Magnificent Mile/River North area of Chicago Ridge, is near Toyota Park (Bridgeview Stadium) and Balzekas Museum of Lithuanian Culture.
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    Travel Blogs from Chicago Ridge

    Trek Day No.5 - Chicago, Illinois

    A travel blog entry by jtsweeting on May 16, 2015

    8 photos

    ... his Aunt owns a pub there. Anyway after all that the Cubs won 4-1 to the Pittsburg Pirates so everyone started cheering and it got pretty loud. We caught the subway back to the hostel to shower and change then 9 of us went out in search of food about 8:30pm. We wandered in the direction of the Willis Tower as some people still wanted to go up it but it shut at 8 so we asked some locals where we could eat and they pointed us in the direction of a Hard Rock Cafe. When we arrived ...

    Rugging up for New Years Eve

    A travel blog entry by chris_a on Dec 31, 2014

    5 photos

    ... it was surprisingly edible - although maybe our metabolisms were all confused after being subject to the cold conditions. The ordering process is always entertaining when every order requires numerous clarifying questions - "How do you want your eggs: scrambled, poached, fried, over medium, over easy?" and "Do you want toast with that? White bread? Whole grain? English muffin?" and so it goes on, with questions asked about the type of milk to be served in the ...

    Home sweet home

    A travel blog entry by ldhensel on Oct 20, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... and a willingness to do whatever job was needed. Friends for life, we all agreed.

    I was told before our trip that Malawi is still what Africa used to be like. By that I assume they meant that Malawi was very rural and undeveloped. And, indeed, there were times when I felt that we had been thrown back into the nineteenth century. Not only did the villagers not have running water or electricity, but their lives were extraordinarily simple. Everything was ...

    Windy city? Chicago comes up Trumps

    A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Aug 11, 2014

    70 photos

    ... anchor is dedicated as a memorial to each ship named “Chicago” and to the men and women who served their nation in maritime service. Next to the anchor there was a sculpture of fictional psychologist Bob Hartley played by comedian Bob Newhart. The statue depicts Dr. Robert Hartley sitting in his chair in his office listening to the problems of his patients on the sofa to his right. There aren’t any patients in ...

    Day 12-14

    A travel blog entry by katrina3198 on Jun 05, 2014

    27 photos

    ... loch). The river itself was interesting as they actually reversed the flow away from Lake Michigan in the early 1900's because 20% of the residents were dying from illnesses such as cholera and typhoid from the waste flowing down into the lake, which is their drinking supply. The lake is beautiful and the view of the shoreline was outstanding. It is definitely not a tour for everyone, and I can't say I remember a whole lot, but if you ever have the chance it is so worthwhile ...