Best Western Chicagoland - Countryside
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... ones, the [Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Company] reported back that the old pilings were too close to the Bridge Tender House, preventing proper removal without the risk of damaging or destroying the house. The City of Chicago then gave permission to install the new pilings 3.5 feet South from the old pilings. Unbeknownst to the crewmembers that began work at the site, beneath the river was an abandoned [Chicago Tunnel Company] tunnel that had been used in the early 20th century ...
... we had left the café we walked directly up North Michigan Avenue to the shops at #900 and the cooking school. Our weekend class commences at 2:30pm and finishes two hours later; we needed to know how much food we would be eating and whether a proposed meal at a restaurant later that night would be viable. The answer, perhaps unsurprisingly, was that we would have plenty to eat; so the restaurant booking was postponed for the time being. ...
... there. I keep forgetting that I sound so odd to them haha.
Hunger sated I walk around and shop for my dinner. I get some wonderfully fresh salad ingredients and some chicken breasts from an Amish farm. Unfortunately there were no Amish in sight. That would have been awesome!
I wander around for a bit longer and have already decided that I will come back here. I pop into the pharmacy next door to pick up some washing powder before taking my purchases back to my digs. ...
... drew 27 million people at .50 cents a head. Remarkably this amounted to about a third of the entire US population! A poem was written for the opening, which is now our Pledge of Allegiance.
One of the more curious things built for the fair was the first Ferris Wheel, the top car reached 30 stories high and held 2,000 people at once. The tallest building at the time was only 16 stories so what a sight this would have been on the Midway! ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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