Best Western Chicagoland - Countryside
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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We wanted to explore the city the best way possible and gave always liked the hop on hop off buses. We Iove the commentary giving you the history and insight into the city and this one was no different. After an hour on the bus we decided to get off and see Navy Pier. This was mainly shops but there is a great view of the city and it was a nice day to walk ...
... such an enthusiastic welcome anywhere I have visited, so I was pretty excited, especially since neither of them had even met me before (they weren’t born yet the last time saw Kevin and Jessica in 2005). We sat out on the front porch in the warm (88oF, 31oC) night air and enjoyed a glass or two of hippo wine (adults only).
Chicago has two zoos, Lincoln Park and Brookfield (Chicago Zoological Society), and both of them have pygmy ...
... but, of course there is always a but, the room is at the back of the hotel and faces on a very busy street with lots of cars and big trucks. I slept fine but Kindy had a tough night. On the upside, the hotel will shuttle us over to CruiseAmerica where we will have to get in line with 40 other people picking up RVs today. They are so busy they would not even schedule a pickup time, they just said come in and first come, first served. So we will head over about 10 and get in ...
... the city. Each of the four red stars represent some important historical event or bragging right, such as Chicago's hosting of the World's Columbian Exhibition in 1893. Another, the Great Fire of Chicago in 1871, which forever changed the face of the city, literally, burning 34 blocks, (9 square kilometres) of mostly wooden buildings to the ground. Even the roads and sidewalks used to be built of wood, so it was a tinderbox. This flag flew from the bow of the boat (and quite a ...
... good to go. Dinner tonight is at the restaurant in the Chicago Tribune building Howells and Hoods. Followed by a city night tour on which we are entertained by a spectacular Mother Nature Light show. The lightening was so frequent but no thunder........ But then rain!!!!! Thankfully we were at the end of our open top bus tour so we high tailed it back to the hotel for a Baileys, beer and Ouzo before bed, great first day in ...