Where to stay in Chicago 

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Logan Square - A grand boulevard and restaurants, Logan Square is one of the trendiest areas in the city.

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Pilsen - Pilsen, with its distinctive graffiti and vibrant public art, is located in the southwest part of Chicago.

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West Loop - If you consider yourself a foodie, there's no better place to live than the West Loop. The neighborhood is famous for its abundance of excellent restaurants and bars.

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Wicker Park and Bucktown - Ah, Wicker Park. This is where he shot High Fidelity. And there was that Wicker Park movie with Josh Hartnett.

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River North and Streeterville - He'll definitely end up in River North at some point. There is something for everyone with an abundance of nightlife and food and drink options.

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Lincoln Park - Lincoln Park is one of the city's most affluent neighborhoods and is a 1,200-acre park of the same name. Because of its proximity to Lake Michigan and the Loop.

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Andersonville - Andersonville is a Far North Side neighborhood with tons of personality and no shortage of ways to keep visitors engaged.

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Hyde Park - Home to the University of Chicago, the Museum of Science and Industry, and the Obama family, Hyde Park is one of the city's most historic neighborhoods.

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Lakeview - If you're visiting Chicago to see Lake Michigan, you can't do better than Lakeview.

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California State Route 180 (King’s Canyon Scenic Byway)

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