Travelling? Drinks on us!
Sep23

Travelling? Drinks on us!

What are you most looking forward to when you take a vacation? What about if you’re going on a last minute business trip without your boss? Most Americans are looking for some rest and relaxation for vacation, but a close second is enjoying a cocktail! (Making Love was a distant third place) So I’ve asked some friends in the travel industry to send me the drink that symbolized their city for both vacationers and business travelers....

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The Ritz-Carlton Chicago unveils $25 Million Renovation

The Ritz-Carlton Chicago steps into the limelight with the largest restyling in the hotel’s history since its 1977 opening. During the first week in May 2010, the $25 million project unveils a dramatic new lobby, restaurant and bar, promenade, ballroom and Presidential Suite. (The re-design of the hotel’s guestrooms and suites was completed in 2009.) The Ritz-Carlton Chicago renovation was designed by Brayton Hughes Design Studios....

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The James Chicago – Best Value
Feb08

The James Chicago – Best Value

This is an update to the original 2010 post… Newly added to the collection of ‘Best Value‘ hotels in Chicago: Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago; Hard Rock Hotel Chicago; Hotel Chicago – An Autograph Collection Hotel; The Blackstone, a Renaissance Hotel; Warwick Allerton Hotel; Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront; Hotel Felix Chicago. Available to all members of LMT Club. October 1, 2014 ORIGINAL POST:...

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Most Popular New Year’s Eve Destinations

2010 is shaping up to be a New Year’s Eve like no other! It’s not too late to book a trip and get in on the fun. To help you decide, LastMinuteTravel.com presents North America’s most-popular destinations for ringing in the New Year! Using our proprietary technology, we’ve collected destination data from our website to find out where North Americans are going to celebrate this New Year’s Eve. The top 5 are: Orlando Nobody parties like...

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Chicago – The windy city in a day

Recently my girlfriend and I made a trip to Chicago. Basically it was a Chicago in a day trip starting downtown and culminating at the friendly confines of Wrigley Field to watch the Cubs play (a can’t miss). So we started at Sears Tower, the tallest building in the US. Now a normal tourist would pay to go to the top of the tower, usually about $10 bucks a person, but I knew better. More on that later Next we made our way over...

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