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Chicago parking

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We are looking for parking in Chicago over the Labor Day holiday. Our hotel is at 111 W. Adams.

I've looked at the websites parkwhiz and bestparking.

They don't show all the same garages, so I don't know how accurate either one is.

The first has a pretty good rate at the Union Station Garage, ($24 for our time period)

The other also has better rates in the Union Station area - but not the same lot. It shows the Hunter Garage and People's Auto Park. ($28 or $17)

(I know that it will be a bit of a trek.)

In the past we left our car at Sterling Self-Park Garage (located between Clark and LaSalle on Kinzie. I can't find current info on it - and it may have gone up before the days that we paid $6 per day. (not that long ago)

I also have read that the parking under Millennium Park is an economical option, but I can't find out what it is.

We would have the car parked on a Sunday and Labor Day if that makes any difference.

Any help?

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