How to get a good night’s sleep in Chicago

There’s a lot more to being in Chicago than just the city’s skyline, but if you’re not up to the task of making it up there, here are a few tips for getting the most out of your night’s stay.

1.

Don’t expect a whole lot from your hotel.

You’ll be treated like an outsider by the hotel staff.

If you’re staying at a hotel with an outdoor pool or private terrace, it’s likely you’ll be allowed to hang out in the lobby, where they’ll make sure you’re getting your money’s worth.

If it’s a bed-and-breakfast, you’ll have to find your own way to sleep on a mattress that you’re comfortable with.

You can’t just walk into a room and just say, “I need a blanket.”

2.

Try not to eat breakfast at the hotel.

This is important, especially in the early morning, when the temperature is likely to be warmer.

If your hotel doesn’t serve breakfast, it may not be worth the effort to visit it if you can get your hotel to serve it.

You should also try to eat in the hotel’s dining room, which is usually a good place to start.

3.

Drink your water from the tap.

Even if you only have a couple of glasses of water in the morning, try to drink them from the glass on your tray, and then add more when you’re ready to wash up.

This will help keep your bacteria at bay, and you’ll get a better idea of how well your water tastes.

If the tap isn’t running, use the faucet to pour a little bit of water from your hand into the water and then rinse your hands.

It’ll make the water taste better, and make it easier to get up and go when the tap is off.

4.

Don’T get too much sleep.

The cold is the enemy.

If a hotel has a free Wi-Fi or hot water, you can check your alarm and set your alarm at a certain time of the day.

You could also make a few adjustments to your routine and just use a small blanket to cover yourself, as it’ll be a lot less bothersome than having to cover your entire body with a blanket.

5.

Wear proper clothing.

Even though the city is so green, the air quality in Chicago is generally awful, especially for winter.

While it’s nice to be able to feel the sun on your face, you should be aware of your surroundings.

Wear a jacket that’s at least 1/4 inch thick, or one that is slightly wider than your torso, so that your chest can breathe easily.

A hat and scarf should be a staple for a good stay.

6.

Have a good meal plan.

If all else fails, have a snack or two to snack on while you’re on your way to work.

7.

Try to stay in the downtown area.

Chicago has a lot of restaurants in the area, and most are located near a subway stop, so it’s easy to get your feet wet while waiting in line for food or coffee.

If there’s a restaurant you can’t make it to, just go to the next one in the same location, and be prepared to wait in line a bit longer.

8.

Get a good sleep.

Chicago’s weather is usually mild and humid during the winter months, so if you stay at a city hotel with a pool, you’re likely to feel a lot better the next morning.

9.

Make sure you bring a water bottle and your food is hot enough to cook.

A few bottles of water and a little food is all you need to keep your body and mind in the best condition.