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Visiting Chicago Skyline

Going on a vacation is an exciting and thrilling experience for any person. But planning the vacation in the right way is indeed a tough task. You need to make sure that you save money in every aspect and also plan the trip properly so that your trip goes well. In this busy world, taking time off the work once in a while has become a necessity for every working person. People plan to go on a holiday to different places. Depending on your interest and the amount of money you could spend, you would visit the places in your country or a plan a trip abroad. More...

 

US Cellular Field

Chicago baseball at its best

 

The US Cellular Field Chicago is a great place to visit for tourists to Chicago as the stadium has various glorious sporting tales to tell. This is a ballpark owned by the Illinois Sports Facilities Authority and houses the Chicago White Sox of the Major League Baseball’s American League. This new ballpark was completed in 1991 at a cost of about $167 million and was called as the Comiskey Park, however after US Cellular bought the naming rights of the park the field was named after the US Cellular in the year 2003. More....

 

 

 

Chicago Nightlife

Full of F un

Enjoying the night life with close pals and engaging in fun filled activity can work wonders for you. Increasing stress levels and a boring life may lead to severe depression. Going out and unwinding will provide the much needed refreshment. Chicago is one place where the people can truly experience the best time of their life. With amazing places to hang around and endless list of pubs where you can shake your leg to the latest music busters, Chicago nightlife is something that you would badly need. More...

 

 

Wrigley Field Chicago –

Friendly Confines of Sporting Excellence!

 

The home ballpark of the famed Chicago Cubs since 1916, the Wrigley Field Chicago has served many a victories to the teams and their fans. This baseball stadium in Chicago, Illinois was built in 1914 and was called Cubs Park between 1920 and 1926. The ballpark gets its present name from the then Cubs team owner William Wrigley Jr. More

 

 

 

Statue Major General John A Logan

Statue of Major General John A. Logan© Image By Michael P. Gilliam

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Chicago History is Rich in its Survival

Known as one of the greatest cities in the world, and with the likes of Mark Twain praising and writing about its ever evolving mystique and beauty, Chicago remains a place of allure and charm. With an ability to reinvent itself every time there is a destructive spell that marks its doom, Chicago history is rich with instances where the city has come up from the ashes as a winner and not just a survivor. More than just a home for every race, religion and nationality, the city has become a global hub for anyone and everyone who gets lured to the city by its magnetism. More...

 

 

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