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Beautiful building, stunning architecture, with paintings and decorations. It is all about American Soldiers. Admission is free. Visit can be combined with Lincoln Park Zoo. It does not take a lot of time
Wrightwood 659 has four floors of beautifully designed exhibition spaces. Contemporary art shines in the warm, spacious galleries. I used the handsome staircases, which offered birds eye views of the next art I was about to see. Not too big and not too small, Wrightwood 659 is perfect for an afternoon of art appreciation.
"Delicious comfort food in this time of lockdowns"
reviewed 6 days ago by ks809
Wanting to go out to eat at one of our favorite restaurants, not an option for now, we placed our first ever delivery order from Sapori Trattoria. The service was impeccable. All the food arrived hot, all in sturdy microwaveable containers except for the soup (double packed and film-wrapped to avoid leakage), the bread (well wrapped which kept it warm)...
I had my Saturday lunch while headed to the Chicago History Museum on foot. The menu was diverse and healthy. I selected soup and salad, just right. In a nearby room, a group table party was convening, fun to people watch. Staff were still attentive to me, and it was a nice respite.
We had a room with 2 beds on the first floor. It appears to have been 2 single rooms in the past, since we had 2 bathrooms. Bathrooms were small, but we had decent water pressure and plenty of hot water. Breakfast was small muffins, pastries, cereal, juice, coffee. They have a small parking lot beside the hotel for $32,...