Travel Tip 020/100: Plan On Using Public Transport

Plan on using public transport and you’ll feel closer to the Earth. The locals, visitors and all points of interest are just one-half of your trip but getting there can be just as exciting! You’ll exercise your patience and problem solving skills when you’re figuring out how to purchase a ticket, finding one that suits your […]

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The Joe and Rika Mansueto Library

The Joe and Rika Mansueto Library - The Joe and Rika Mansueto Library - The Joe and Rika Mansueto Library -

Libraries have a reputation of being enclosed in dark spaces where conversations are held over hushed tones, the smell of coffee emanating from the pores of every student and the discovery of something serendipitous with the help of librarians are commonplace. Well as you can tell, this is a bit different from the traditional study space. […]

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Meroë Home Candle, A Scents of Home

100% Soy Candle Scented, Eco-Friendly, Luxurious, Non-Toxic, Long-Burning, Soy Wax, Best Soy Candles, Aromatherapy, 8 oz Jar, 50 Hours, White

When I’m homesick, the first thing I miss are the familiar fragrances of a homecooked meal, a big warm dog begging for belly rubs while on my lap, and the surrounding natural habitat where I frolick. While it’s easier to replicate my recipes abroad and being approached by friendly dogs on the street asking to […]

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Au Cheval, Why We Waited 60-Minutes For A Burger

Au Cheval Bacon Cheeseburger Au Cheval Bacon Cheeseburger, French Fries and Root Beer on Draught

Every single food recommendation from friends who have been to Chicago has told us to eat in or around the Fulton Market District. It’s where Alinea, Blackbird, Girl & the Goat, Duck Duck Goat, Sawada Coffee and Green Street Smoked Meats all intermingle within Soho House’s range, and just a quick ride westward on the […]

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