Carolyn Healy

Carolyn Healy

Chicago, IL
  • 8 Tips
  • 35 Followers
  • 81 Following
  • 9 Lists
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Washington
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Rome
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Austin
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San Diego
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Carolyn's Recent Lists
Carolyn Healy
4 places updated March 28, 2015
4 places including Stanley's Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Protein Bar, Protein Bar & Kitchen, Zingerman's Bakehouse
Carolyn Healy
1 places updated April 22, 2014
1 place including Stanley's Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Carolyn Healy
11 places updated
11 places including Neo-Futurists, Katsu, Chilam Balam, Calumet Fisheries
Carolyn Healy
12 places updated
12 places including Pearl's Oyster Bar, Lone Star Court, Hartigan's, Ora
    Carolyn's Recent Tips
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    "Terrific common spaces, courtyard and rooms (can be very noisy if someone is next to you though). Wifi is zippy fast and free!"
    Carolyn HealyCarolyn Healy · November 5, 2014
    Hotel
    · Austin, United States
    7.8
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    "Meh. I think I prefer the Renaissance a block over. Rooms are smaller but way nicer and cleaner."
    Carolyn HealyCarolyn Healy · April 22, 2014
    Hotel
    · Washington, United States
    6.9
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    "Fried pickles = salty disappointment. May not be able to take my rings off for a week after eating two pieces. Everything else was totally fine!"
    Carolyn HealyCarolyn Healy · February 3, 2014
    Pub
    · Steamboat Springs, United States
    6.7
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    "Location is pretty, but food is AWfUL"
    Carolyn HealyCarolyn Healy · October 3, 2012
    Seafood
    · Tiburon, United States
    8.2
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    "Watch out, the cats bite."
    Carolyn HealyCarolyn Healy · August 26, 2011
    Home (private)
    · Chicago, United States
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    "Needs a new front desk staff. I'm pretty sure a simple "hello" leaves a better taste than glaring silently at a person waiting in line to ask a question. Check-in wasn't any better."
    Carolyn HealyCarolyn Healy · August 15, 2011
    Hotel
    · San Diego, United States
    6.3