Chicago is the United States' third largest city although still called the Second City, a haven of art, architecture and jazz. It's home to elevated trains, Oprah, a wealth of museums, and wonderful places to eat, drink and be entertained. You can even laze on the beach in summer.
From the Chicago Travel Guide
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I've stayed in a lot of hostels and this is one of the bet. Great rooms... That could maybe do with new pillows and block out curtains. Otherwise the rooms are perfect. Yes everyone complains about the bathrooms, but all they have to do is look for the other bathrooms around the hostels. ... more
This was all right - a bit pricy for what it is (a single room with a view of a brick wall, shared bathroom, and no lift! so you have to heft your luggage up three flights of stairs). Location is not too far from the train/ greyhound stations, but a little dodgy - walking back late at night can be intimidating. ... more
I'm going to be in Chicago in a few days and i know that one part of the city is not as safe as the rest. Where should i avoid? I'm Australian and we don't have muggings at all, so i am so naive ...
Hey, all you Chicagoland people! My husband and I are going up to Chicago again next weekend--just a brief visit. Trying to think of something to do on Friday night or Saturday downtown that we haven't done before. We've been to the aquarium, checked out Navy Pier, visited the Art Museum (although would ...
Chicago in November
Hello Looking for a hotel in Chicago around the downtown/loop area for 3 people. Anyone got any suggestions? But very good value is a must as this is part of a long trip but only in Chicago for 5 days! Also any ideas of where to go and what to see would be appreciated! Cheers, The Chezzamite Traveling ...
I have moved on to Chicago and I have to say that Iam surprised at just what a beautiful city it is, the streets are wide, the architecture is really interesting and varied, not that i'm an expert but I did go on a architectural tour today...Chicago has long been know for its skyline and you can see ...
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