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Constanza Thoma Jul 20th 2002 10:08 pm

Chicago accommodation
 
Can anybody reccommend the best Chicago area to stay i.e. very central and busy & lively even at night, with impressive buildings and good public transport access to rest of the city. I've never been and I'm confused by tourist guides (the Loop sounds good but also dead at night...). Need to book hotel in chosen area, looking for something cheap but not a hostel. Are there family homes that rent room(s) for a few days, or anything like an English bed&breakfast? We are looking for a family room for 3 people. Thanks.

Adrian Smith Jul 21st 2002 1:20 am

Re: Chicago accommodation
 
Hi there:

Just wondering what your arrival date is and how many nights you intend to stay, and
of course what kinf of busget your on.

Regards

Adrain

"Constanza Thoma" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Can anybody reccommend the best Chicago area to stay i.e. very central and busy &
    > lively even at night, with impressive buildings and good public transport access to
    > rest of the city. I've never been and I'm confused by tourist guides (the Loop
    > sounds good but also dead at night...). Need to book hotel in chosen area, looking
    > for something cheap but not a hostel. Are there family homes that rent room(s) for
    > a few days, or anything like an English bed&breakfast? We are looking for a family
    > room for 3 people. Thanks.
    >
    >
    >
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The Dedicated P Jul 27th 2002 1:20 pm

Re: Chicago accommodation
 
On 20 Jul 2002 22:20:26 GMT, Constanza Thoma <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Can anybody reccommend the best Chicago area to stay i.e. very central and busy &
    >lively even at night, with impressive buildings and good public transport access to
    >rest of the city. I've never been and I'm confused by tourist guides (the Loop
    >sounds good but also dead at night...). Need to book hotel in chosen area, looking
    >for something cheap but not a hostel. Are there family homes that rent room(s) for a
    >few days, or anything like an English bed&breakfast? We are looking for a family
    >room for 3 people. Thanks.

Try http://www.aardvarktravel.net/cgi-bi...eans+accommod-
ation&Range=Any

Paul

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