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... more of it as we've only seen from the shuttle and then from our hotel window - we are in the penthouse, well top floor (16), which seems a very long way up., and from a quick stroll tonight to find some dinner. So many people out and about going about their business, and many people on their own making it seem like a save city, at least around here. Off to Kalamazoo tomorrow on the train at lunchtime, but don't worry Chicago, we'll be ...
Today was the arrival day for the Great American Get Together in Chicago. I am so excited to be in the "windy city" and get to know all our participants!
To share a bit about myself, my name is Suzanne and I started working at Road Scholar about a month ago as an Associate Director for North America Programs. I am based in Boston but will be working closely with the provider Jewish Community Center of Chicago, who is facilitating ...
... refurbished at great expense ( Judging by the prices, they were still recouping it). The Ancient Arabic Order of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, are commonly known as Shriners, and are an appendant body to Freemasonry.
After, we headed for downtown to sort out exactly what buildings we could see from oue apartment, and ended up near the Trump tower and the two-level road system around it leading to the double deck bridge. Called in at the Billy Goat Tavern, ...
... country homesteads, no shortage of dollars here on these ranches. As soon as we moved into Illinois, we were in the Chicago city limits.
We were greeted by the most astonishing sunset with a deep red/orange sun in the distance not like a sunset we had witnessed before. Chicago is home of President Obama, the White Sox (baseball), the Bulls (basketball) and ...
... for my hot dog? Peppers, pickles, mustard, mayo, onions and a healthy dousing of Chicago. It was Delicious. I stroll down the road and figure that I'll see Lake Michigan first and hit the pizza on the way back. I turn a corner and there's a park! Parks are cool. This one's called Millenium Park. Sounds vaguely familiar. Up some steps and BAM. The big, shiny ball thing that I've seen in the movies! It makes you look crazy and if you stand under it, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility