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Take the Kids Out – Chicago Children’s Museum

Best Western River North Things to Do in Chicago

Bring the kids to the Windy City for your next getaway and discover a world of fun at the Chicago Children’s Museum! Spread across three exciting floors, the museum has a wide range of exhibits and activities that children of all ages will love. Mixing recreational activities with educational content, kids can learn about science, […]

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Things To Do in Chicago for Under $20

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Visiting Downtown Chicago is always a great time. From world-renowned art museums to stunning city views from famous skyscrapers, there’s an endless supply of fun right around the corner. Best of all, you don’t need an expense account to experience the pleasures of the Windy City. There are dozens of activities that won’t bust your […]

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Chicago Blackhawks 2014-2015 Season Home Games at The United Center

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There’s nothing like seeing professional ice hockey in person, and Chicago is home to one of the most famous teams in NHL history. Come watch the most talented players in the world glide across the ice at mesmerizing speeds as the fans go wild and cheer on their home team. The games take place amid […]

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Chicago New Year’s Eve Parties and Events

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Are you ready to ring in the New Year? December 31st is fast approaching, and it’s time to start making plans to say goodbye to 2014 and welcome in 2015. For the best parties of the year, Chicago will be hopping with a host of fun events across Downtown and the River North district.   […]

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Where’s Wallace – “The Tilt” and 360 Chicago

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Wallace and I recently got to visit our new friend Christopher Rondeau at one of Chicago’s greatest attractions. Christopher is the Associate Sales Manager at 360 Chicago (formerly John Hancock Observatory). Our visit lasted a little over an hour, but I wish we could have spent half the day there. The first thing you’ll notice […]

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Gino’s East – New Location, New Menu, Same Great Taste

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The classic Chicago pizzeria known for their deep-dish, Gino’s East, has moved locations to just around the corner from us on N LaSalle St. Their new building, the old LaSalle Power Co. building and former location of Michael Jordan’s Steakhouse, is large and beautifully redone on the inside. You can dine on one of three […]

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Where’s Wallace: The Field Bistro

The Field Bistro

Where’s the only restaurant in town that has an uniquely designed sustainable plan and practices? What’s the only eatery to offer its own beer named after a museum attraction? Where can you find salads, soups, sandwiches, burgers, and a different food from around the world each week? The newly-opened The Field Bistro at The Field Museum, […]

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5 New Year’s Resolutions for the Traveler In All of Us

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1. I will intentionally plan my relaxation & vacation time. Everybody needs a vacation, even if it’s a staycation. But guess what, it doesn’t just  happen. YOU have to do it. YOU have to say, “I deserve down time and I’m not going to feel guilty about taking it.” You may give & give and […]

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Why We Absolutely Love the New World’s Fair Exhibit at The Field Museum

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Stepping into the new Opening the Vaults: Wonders of the 1893 World’s Fair exhibit is like stepping back in time. You get that sense of Old Chicago – what it must have been like to be in a city that felt new, massive, and booming, even then. The exhibit gives you a whirlwind tour, sure. You won’t be […]

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Where’s Wallace: Bobby’s Bike Hike

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We send our friendly concierge, Wallace, all over the city to have fun, seek out the best that Chicago has to offer visitors, and to showcase those things for our guests. Oh, and I get to tag along because I’m the photographer/marketing guy. We recently did our first bike tour ever in Chicago and we picked […]

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