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I Wasn’t Expecting A Hotel Chain To Suggest This Location

by joeheg

I love researching and making travel plans. Next to traveling, it’s one of my favorite pastimes. It’s a proven fact that planning for travel releases the same brain chemicals as travel itself.

I’ve learned there’s a limit you reach where additional research isn’t going to make any difference and while I might find a slightly cheaper rate or nicer place, it’s not worth looking for days to find it.

In the midst of all of the planning, you’ll occasionally find a hidden gem on a website. Much like an easter egg in a movie, it’s something that most people won’t get but those who do will appreciate the reference.

I’ve recently been spending quite a lot of time on the Hyatt website. Today, I had it up and noticed that the home page would cycle through a list of places you can explore. For example, the website is currently telling me to Try “Miami.”

The list of other locations was a mix of aspirational and leisure destinations.

  • LAX
  • French Quarter
  • Regency Waikiki
  • CDG
  • Shibuya
  • New York City
  • Bondi Beach
  • Downing Street
  • DXB

Then there was one that stuck out as being super-specific

I know a number of you already know what’s located at 1060 W Addison St. in Chicago.

For those of you who don’t, it’s the address for Wrigley Field.

I guess whoever coded the Hyatt website is a Cubs fan.

FWIW, I think it’s hilarious. Maybe not so much if you’re a Cardinals or White Sox fan. 🙂

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Christian October 17, 2021 - 12:58 am

The person also might have been a Blues Brothers fan. Elwood gives that address on his driver’s license and the cops are less than amused when seeking him.

DaninMCI October 17, 2021 - 6:20 am

It’s kind of like Brian McClendon, the co-inventor and now head engineer of Google Earth pointing the center of the universe, or at least Google Maps, at his childhood home in Lawrence, Kansas 🙂


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