Wrigley Field
1060 W. Addison, Chicago

Home of Chicago's lovable losers, Wrigley Field is a North Side landmark and the start of your north to south Blues Brothers tour. Built in 1914, it is only two years younger than Boston's Fenway Park -- the oldest park in the majors. And it's a beauty. If you're lucky, you won't get crushed when leaving a game along with the throngs of other yuppie lemmings. When the Cubs play, the once-dumpy neighborhood comes alive and...blah, blah, blah. Let's get out of this place. I think I'm breaking out in hives. Go Sox!

Getting there: Exit North Lake Shore Drive at Belmont Avenue. Go west on Belmont to Clark Street and turn right. Go about seven blocks or so.