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Read These Yelp Reviews of 'High-Stakes Frogger:' The 606

By Kyla Gardner | August 21, 2015 5:41am
 Workers water greenery on The Bloomingdale Trail, July 15, 2015.
Workers water greenery on The Bloomingdale Trail, July 15, 2015.
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CHICAGO — From abandoned railway tracks to the most-hyped new Chicago park, The 606 has Chicagoans talking.

In this edition of "Chicago, Reviewed," our series featuring strange Yelp reviews of public and/or iconic city locations, we look at the new biking and walking path that cuts through Wicker Park, Bucktown, Humboldt Park and Logan Square.

"The 606 — Bloomingdale Trail" earned four out of five stars from 73 reviews.

All reviews are credited to Yelp.

Have you been preparing for this moment your entire life?

If you get more disappointed the more you use it, stop using it! And move to New York!

Ahh, back when The 606 was just abandoned railroad tracks and "still a secret."

NOT suitable for loungin' and chillin'. Try again in a few years.

The multi-million dollar homes may be commonplace, but there was no elevated viewing platform from which to peer in their windows before.

Is that "new perspective" the aforementioned view into homes lining the trail?

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