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Bökuverslun
“Wicker Park-Best Pies hands down, worth the trip! Think, gramma's kitchen, where you can only get the pie of the day. Each day they bake a choice of three different pies so on any given day, your choices will not be the same as yesterday. ”
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Garður
“All of your guidebooks will tell you about the Bean, the Skydeck at Willis Tour and Wrigley Field. This is a real gem and completely off the radar. Either take an Uber or use the CTA trains. Please note the area surrounding is a tad rough.”
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Fountain
“Beautiful site near Lake Michigan on lake shore drive water taxi available during summer months ”
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Slóði
“A great place for a bike ride or long walk or run. 2.7 mile stretch of elevated trail, free of car that runs through Wicker Park and Bucktown.”
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Beach
“Looking for a day for some fun in the sun? Enjoy Oak St beach right down the way, go get some sand in your toes! ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Green spaces, walkways, and miniature golf are open. The rollerblade and scooter ribbon is available to use with your own equipment.”
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Garður
“Botanical garden with thousands of plants from tropical species to seasonal flowers in a glass-domed structure.”
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Science Museum
“A short walk from Lincoln Park Zoo. Houses the winter farmers market every other Saturday morning from Oct - April.”
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Leiksvæði

Almenningsgarður
“Green spaces, walkways, and miniature golf are open. The rollerblade and scooter ribbon is available to use with your own equipment.”
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Almenningsgarður
“If the weather is nice, you'll find people filling up the large green area of the park as well as kids all over the new playground. Street vendors line the corners, and its a great place to relax and read a book! ”
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Beach
“The 31st Street Beach is a half mile walk from the Calumet Air BnB. It's a lifeguard-staffed beach, pier and harbor with a restaurant and open-air bar. ”
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Entertainment
“Great location perched between Lake Michigan and Lake Shore Dr. and Michigan Ave. in the South Loop of Chicago. Great for walking, jogging or biking. Also home and shared campus of the Adler Planetarium, Field Museum and Shedd Aquarium. Conveniently located near public transit bus stops and Metra Train station stops. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Right down the street, a beautiful public park with outdoor pool and field house!”
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Almenningsgarður
“Walk out to the end of the pier to get the best skyline view in the neighborhood”
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Playground
“Beautiful Peaceful Park. Walking distance. I like to just walk down Ohio or Race. Ohio takes you there directly.”
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Almenningsgarður
“The Chicago Architecture Center says, "Designed by Chicago landscape architect Ernest Wong, Mary Bartelme Park is a 1.4-acre recreation ground that provides a much-desired park and playground for younger families flocking to the neighborhood. Mary was the state’s first woman judge. In the late 1890s, she helped establish America’s first juvenile court. Nicknamed “Suitcase Mary,” she provided suitcases filled with clothing and toiletries to women leaving the jail system, and donated her home to establish Mary’s Club, a group home for girls. Her namesake park features three diagonal paths that intersect to create several zones: a children’s play area, a sunken dog park and an open lawn. ”
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Strendur

Beach
“The lakefront path is a great place to walk, run, hang out, swim along Lake Michigan. ”
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Beach
“Great beach with views of the downtown. There is a solid restaurant on the beach. ”
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Beach
“Looking for a day for some fun in the sun? Enjoy Oak St beach right down the way, go get some sand in your toes! ”
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Beach
“Beautiful beach & park right on the lake. One of the best surf spots in the city. Also home to a migratory bird stop over spot.”
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Beach
“One of my fave local beaches. Pretty quiet during week days. Hoppin' on the weekends. Has a bar, patio, and food stand. Also has paid parking and bathrooms. (Park a little farther south and go running/walking/biking on the lakefront trail!)”
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Beach
“Summer activities include swimming, biking, running, hiking and just plain exploring. You may catch several soccer matches on the nearby fields. There is free parking nearby or the pay lot at the beach. Lifeguards patrol the beach. Bike rentals are here too from Wheel Fun Rentals”
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Beach
“This beach is known for volleyball and is always fun to watch as well as bike ride or take a run. All the beaches connect one way you will bump into Gold Coast Beach and the other way Fullerton Beach. The views are amazing and always boats out in the summer.”
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Beach
“The 31st Street Beach is a half mile walk from the Calumet Air BnB. It's a lifeguard-staffed beach, pier and harbor with a restaurant and open-air bar. ”
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Gönguleiðir

Slóði
“A great place for a bike ride or long walk or run. 2.7 mile stretch of elevated trail, free of car that runs through Wicker Park and Bucktown.”
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Slóði
“Known as the 606, this is a pretty cool activity if you like to get out and walk. Some great views of the city.”
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Slóði
“The 606 is an urban hiking trail elevated for 2.7 miles on continuous pathway ”
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Skating Rink
“Ice skating right down town. There is another rink near by in Millenium Park. Also search the Chicago Park District website for all of the rinks across the city”
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Slóði
“Midwestern prairie ecosystem with expansive pond where visitors can catch glimpses of native Illinois wildlife.”
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Slóði
“The North Branch Trail is a Class I bicycle trail located in northeastern Cook County, Illinois. The trail starts at the western part of Gompers Park in Chicago, and from there it continues north approximately 22 miles (35 km) to Glencoe. The trail follows a path along the North Branch of the Chicago River, the Skokie River and the Skokie Lagoons”
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Almenningsgarður
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