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Tito
Tito
October 12, 2019
Brown Line - Adams/Wabash stop - Cindy's Rooftop - The Art Institute of Chicago - Millenium Park - Michigan Avenue
Miguel
Miguel
October 12, 2019
The heart of the City of Chicago! A must-visit part of town for any first-time visitor. Stop by the Chicago Cultural Center as well as the Art History Museum. Visit The Gene Siskel Film Center for foreign independent films and rare finds. Stop by Bandera for great jazz music, drinks and food…
Elvis
Elvis
September 26, 2019
How long do you have? The Loop is the heart of the city and it’s bursting with iconic Chicago attractions, including historic architecture, river cruises, Millennium Park, the Chicago Riverwalk, a vibrant theatre district, incredible dining, shopping along State Street…and that’s just for starters.
Erin
Erin
August 26, 2019
A must see, shopping, the lake, great architecture- must visit!
Hope
Hope
July 17, 2019
Busy during the week with crowded people-filled streets. After business hours and on weekends, not much is open and you'll find it much quieter.

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“A good place if you'd like a nice dinner with friends. Great wine and good food.”
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“El Nandu is an authentic Argentinean restaurant that offers the best in Argentinean food and classic dishes. The empanadas are the best and a must-try! ”
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Neighbourhood
“The Bronzeville neighborhood has historic roots! Many soul and jazz artists have passed through here. This neighborhood also has great Lake Michigan access on 31st, 35th, 39th, and 41st streets.”
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Chicago, IL