Best Western Inn & Suites Of Merrillville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... which made it all that more real that we were in downtown Chicago! Here we are in a hotel with no pool and a very limited game room but who needs that when we had downtown Chicago at our finger tips! Kids so excited to explore the city with no ...
Last night while I was checking in for our flights today, Karl decided we should upgrade to Business First. It is 8.5 hours from Chicago to Amsterdam and it will be MUCH more pleasant in business class.
It was snowing when we got up today, which made me just a little worried about our flights. We had a late afternoon flight so we spent most of the day waiting to leave. By the time we left for the airport the snow had almost stopped and the ...
... Evanston, the sun shone: that was summer!
In autumn (the next day) we went up the Willis Tower (the second tallest building in the world, where you can stand in a glass cabin sticking out from the building at 412 meters high, and look straight down to the ants that are cars). I was only a little bit very terrified. In the evening we took the took the metro that did not stop at our stop, making ...
Chicago day! We started the day early in Millennium Park where we found "the bean" aka. Cloud Gate, the "spitting fountain" aka. We didn't look at the name, and some funny sculptures of heads. The reason we started was to get to the Willis/ Sears Tower/ Skydeck early before the crowds started. So we managed to find it 15 minutes after it opened and went straight up to the viewing booths/ boxes. ...... We found a great family run cafe near the tower for our breakfast and then headed up ...
... to the Millennium Park, which is built over the railway terminal. There were thousands of people there in the post-working hours daylight enjoying the late afternoon sun and the features the city had to offer. There was the Harris Theatre:
And something called 'the Bean':
There was some fun at this fountain, too...
With Chicago having been ...