DeWitt Place

900 N. DeWitt Place, Chicago, Illinois, 60611, United States
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see the cubs play!!!!!!!!!!!

by johnnyskaggs

i am staying in schaumburg and would like to take a metra train to wrigley so what trains should i take to get there for batting practice early for tomorrow noon game?

Re: see the cubs play!!!!!!!!!!!

by Dabs

How are you getting to the Metra station? If you are driving and parking it might make more sense to drive to a CTA/el station and take the el in

Re: see the cubs play!!!!!!!!!!!

by Dabs

You can get more information on how to get to the ballpark on Wrigley's website

http://mlb.mlb.com/chc/ballpark/transportation.jsp

Or by using the RTA's trip planner, use either Schaumburg Metra or Rosemont CTA or Cumberland CTA as your starting point, note that there are three Addison stations, Wrigley is next to the RED line Addison station. If you take the BLUE line to Addison, you will have to take a 152 bus to connect between the BLUE and RED stations

http://tripsweb.rtachicago.com/

Re: see the cubs play!!!!!!!!!!!

by johnnyskaggs

why would it make more sense to take the el in?
i have a car i can drive to a parking site in the schaumburg area.

Re: see the cubs play!!!!!!!!!!!

by johnnyskaggs

why would it make more sense to take the el in?
i have a car i can drive to a parking site in the schaumburg area.

Re: see the cubs play!!!!!!!!!!!

by Dabs

Because it takes less time and costs less money. Taking the blue line el from Cumberland or Rosemont, then a 152 bus costs $2.50 each way and takes slightly less than an hour. Schaumburb Metra costs $9.50 each way and involves a train, bus and el or a train and 2 el rides, taking an hour 45 minutes. Plus the el runs much more frequently than Metra.

It's $4 to park at Cumberland, $5 at Rosemone

Re: see the cubs play!!!!!!!!!!!

by riorich55

It's too late now, but the best option from Schaumburg is the Cub bus which goes directly to and from the game. The bus can be caught at the Schaumburg transportation Center which is right behind the Streets of Woodfield and just south of the Woodfield Mall.

Re: see the cubs play!!!!!!!!!!!

by Dabs

I saw that but it said it only ran on weekdays until the end of August. Hard to believe but it is already September!!!

Travel Tips for Chicago

Fold Up Pocket Size Map

by keida84

I think walking down Michigan Street in the section known as Chicago's "Magnificient Mile" is not to be missed.

To make it very easy for the tourist to navigate not only the Hyatt Regency Hotel but the area of Michigan Avenue, Hyatt provides a nifty little map which is folded up to the size of a credit card. Your room key is presented to you inside this little folder, on one side is a map of the Chicago Hyatt Regency and on the other side is a map of the entire Chicago Lake Front and Michigan Avenue.
It is so easy to simply fold up the map and put it in your wallet or handbag to take with you wherever you may go. On a cold, blustery winter's night just before Christmas all the lights are up and people scurrying from one store to another to purchase their Christmas gifts. The various smells from the local restaurants pervade the air and beckons the shopper to come inside and have dinner. The hustle and bustle of this cheery city at Christmas time is one experience I will never forget.

http://www.themagnificentmile.com

The great thing about Chicago...

by Moondrop72

The great thing about Chicago is that there is no quintessential activity that someone 'must' see. I find people who visited me here always knew something they wanted to do. Whether it was the Sears Tower, a blues club, Taste of Chicago or the Science & Industry Museum.

For me, my favorite thing to do is get in the car with the windows rolled down and drive up Lake Shore Drive on a sunny windy day up to Hollywood and back all the way down again. I like to do that at night as well. For one it gives you a good sense of the city, it's fun and you get great views of the lake and the canyons of skyscrapers. I especially like the night view at the stoplight of LSD and Monroe. I used to love coming downtown from the suburbs with my mother and going to Carsons and Marshall Fields on State Street. Especially at Christmastime because the windows are decorated beautifully and tell either a classic fairly tale or a Christmas story. I have only seen better more imaginative windows in Paris.

Chicago discount coupons

by jo104

Dabs advised me that there were discount coupons available online from the chicago tourism board which in the end saved us a huge amount of money. I used the 2for1 discount with the city architectural boat tour, a % discount on clothes at the zoo covered the tax and a bit more. A 2for1 evening at Buddy Guys. There is also some discounts for museums so worth investigating and printing off prior to your trip.

These vouchers are valid until 30 April 2010 discount coupons

Traffic In Chicago

by machomikemd

Chicago is a city notorious for traffic even on weekends. The gridlock in Chicago is one of the worst in the country (but not in the world ok! Bangkok and Manila Takes that cake) and the best bet here is to avoid the freeways and just drive at the local roads which you can do via Sat Navi (GPS) ok using the avoid highways option ok (there is that option if you are using magellan or avt but i'm not sure about garmin). Another tip is that never leave Chicago between the hours of 7am and 9:30am or between 3:30pm and 6:30pm on weekdays. If leaving for a day trip for a hike outside the city on a weekday leave at 10am and return at 7pm. It is possible to arrive at the park of choice by noon and there is plenty of daylight to enjoy hours of outdoor activities. the horrendous traffic only bested by Bangkok and Manila!!!!!!

Chinatown in Chicago

by meteorologist1

We usually go to the Chinatown in Chicago to do two things: shop for groceries and have lunch. And nothing more. There's nothing really too exciting to see here (compared to Chinatowns such as in San Francisco and Vancouver). There's a good selection of restaurants in Chinatown, and the prices are all not very expensive. There are great restaurants in the new part of Chinatown along Archer Ave.

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Address: 900 N. DeWitt Place, Chicago, Illinois, 60611, United States