Hyatt Place Itasca
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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We arrived in Chicago about 31 hours after leaving home but after a good nights sleep were out and about just after 8am the next morning. We have done heaps of walking as well as doing a great Architecture Tour by boat. At the Willis Tower ( used to ...
... grassland, later on as we moved into the State of Illinois endless cornfields, several townships (why do we have towns and the Americans have townships?) with lots of churches.
Our fellow travellers on this leg include some 'interesting' families. There was one Amish family with the mother and young daughter dressed in their traditional white bonnets and long shapeless smocks. Another family, mother, father and 2 sons in their late teens ...
A chilly start as we head to Bloomingdales for some retail therapy. Mac, NYD jeans,a Marc Jacobs handbag for me.Jumper and t-shirt for Phillip. He got jeans yesterday. No brekkie so up to Hancock tower for a salad lunch with spectacular views. Drop off the shopping and off to explore the Museum of Broadcast and Communications. A small area with lots of old film clips, ads from black and white TV days. A tribute to Gary Coleman ...
I would like to point out the advantages of staying in a fancy inn as opposed to a chain hotel. One, the bed is super comfortable and the pillows nice and plentiful. Two, very nice toiletries, like bath salts and face wipes. And finally, a more delicious breakfast than you would get at a Holiday Inn. The Portsmouth Harbor Inn serves at 2 course breakfast at 8:30. Breakfast is served at beautiful wooden dining table where ...
... of the tracks, where we had only a couple of minutes to wait for the train to Harlem via Oak Park. The village of Oak Park was founded in 1835 but apparently experienced substantial growth at the turn of the last century when the elevated trainline was extended out there. It is on the tourist circuit these days because of the homes built at around that time - many were designed by the American Midwest's Prairie School of architects; most famously Frank Lloyd Wright and John ...