From the chewiest bagels and deepest deep-dish pizza to four-star hotels and the best jazz and blues clubs, this indispensable guide makes plannning a trip to the Windy City a breeze. It also includes: Concise introductions to all of Chicago's fascinating neighborhoods Advice on how to avoid crowds, lines, traffic, and other hassles A zone system and maps that make it easy to get around, plus a hotel chart that narrows the choices quickly and easilyMen, keep your billfolds in your front trouser or coat pocket, or in a fanny pack. Women ... Your real credit cards and the bulk of whatever cash you have should be in either a money clip or a second wallet hidden elsewhere on your person. ... Even if the felon has a gun or knife, your chances are infinitely better running away.
|Title||:||The Unofficial Guide to Chicago|
|Author||:||Joe Surkiewicz, Bob Sehlinger|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 2001-03-30|