April 30, 2016

Explore Downtown Chicago Real Estate At Your Own Pace

 

Explore Downtown Chicago Real Estate At Your Own Pace 

See Chicago Real Estate Up CloseExperience downtown Chicago area real estate with a tour unlike any other with Chicago Trolley & Double Decker Tours. Decide what you want to see with the Hop On Hop Off Tour which travels the thirteen miles of downtown Chicago and the Loop. Jump on and off a brightly colored trolley or double decker bus when you feel like it all day long. The first vehicle of the morning gets moving at 9 a.m. and runs until 5 p.m. Buses hit their stops every 10 to 15 minutes. Unlike traditional tours, the spontaneity with Chicago Trolley & Double Decker Tours allows you to stop and shop, visit a museum, or indulge in a leisurely meal on your own time. Continuingly running conveyances ensure when you are finished at one place you can head on to the next, at a relaxed pace. This type of easy going excursion is perfect for families with young children. When the kids need a break you can take one without worrying about holding up the group. Let them play or stretch their legs a little longer. While on the bus, expert guides impart trivia facts and bits of local history as they drive you on your way giving you a feel for the great city of Chicago.

See the parts of the greater Chicago area as well with additional tours. Other options take you north to Wrigley Field or southbound to visit the Museum of Science and Industry. A westerly route takes you to Greektown. The variety of tours offered allows you to learn about the entire metropolis. Visit the greater Chicago area with a Neighborhood tour or deeply explore downtown. Whichever part of the city is your destination, Chicago Trolley & Double Decker Tours helps you explore in a stress free way.

 

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April 30, 2016

Living In Chicago Is Filled With Laughter At The Comedy Bar

 

Living In Chicago Is Filled With Laughter At The Comedy Bar

Laugh Lots When Living in ChicagoLaugh the night away at The Comedy Bar. A small establishment with an old time feel and casual ambiance can be found here, and with Jim Belushi as one of its owners you know it is bound to be wall to wall funny. What better way for those living in Chicago to ease into a first date or celebrate a birthday or anniversary than to chuckle the night away. It’s great for groups out on the town to stop in too, and enjoy some fresh and fun comedy. Line ups at The Comedy Bar are always made up of the latest and greatest on the local or even national comedic scene. And, there is even an open mike night for those aspiring funny men and women who reside in a Chicago property or nearby neighborhood to try their hand at performing.

While stand up is at its best at the Comedy Bar, comedians are not the only ones taking the stage. On late night Saturdays, the club puts on a fantastic burlesque show with vaudeville, dancing, singing and much, much more. This funny Chicago property is conveniently located in Chicago’s River North neighborhood right in the middle of the downtown nightlife. Tickets may be purchased online for upcoming shows, and reservations are requested for parties of eight or more. View the upcoming schedule of shows and times here at The Comedy Bar. Lighten the mood and laugh the night away!

 

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April 29, 2016

Fun And Food For Sports Fans From Chicago Homes

 

Fun And Food For Sports Fans From Chicago Homes 

Join in the Fun Near Chicago HomesIt’s “batter up” at Harry Caray’s 7th Inning Stretch where Sports enthusiasts from Chicago homes can enjoy a bite to eat and lose themselves in the Chicago Sports Museum. As unique as the Hall of Fame Radio announcer himself, Harry Caray’s signature restaurant boasts a vibrant atmosphere and seemingly endless menu. The starter menu is a great place to lead off with Dynamite Shrimp and Harry’s Calamari. Or, grab a Jumbo Soft Pretzel with beer cheese and feel like you are sitting in the right field pavilion during game time. Pair your appetizer with a handcrafted beer from a local brewery. There are a variety of salads and sandwiches, and Chicagoans love to share an oven fired pizza. Those hoping for a heartier course can swing away at delicious dinners including pasta dishes, steak and seafood.

Next door sits the Chicago Sports Museum, a fun filled space dedicated to past and present sports stars of Chicago. Interactive exhibits are designed for play. Fans in attendance can pit themselves against Chicago’s greats and see how they stack up or strike out. Areas include the Hall of Legends, Measure Up, Curses and Superstitions and more. Guests can visit a replica of the broadcast booth at Wrigley Field where Harry Carey spent years describing the magic taking place on the field or measure their jumping capabilities compared to the great Michael Jordan. Roam the halls filled with game worn jerseys and other memorabilia from Chicago’s basketball, baseball, football, and hockey stars.

The restaurant and museum are located side by side on the 7th floor of the Water Tower near Chicago homes. Diners at the 7th Inning Stretch receive complimentary museum admission. A trip here is a definite bucket list item for those living in Chicago real estate or visitors to the area.

 

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