Country Inn & Suites Tinley Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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A slow start booking 11.00 am foundation architecture cruise as we lie in bed. Vacancy filled on this chilly Chicago morning. Walk and coffee see us ready to face 23 bridges and many various types of architecture from artsy to ultra modern mirror type structures. Many building have been changed from storage / industrial areas to prime residential along the river. Great but really cold for 90 minutes? Volunteer guide was fantastic and very knowledgable. Recommend this to ...
... in the name of art . We are not the only people at the Route 66 sign. There is a large group of Mexicans ( real ones ....not Victorians ) all doing the same thing. They will be riding Harley's so I guess we will see them along the way somewhere . After coffee we head for the tour which is not a must do but did give us a look at the areas outside the city limits. Tonight the boys go to Midland Airport to enjoy their helicopter ride over the city which is their Father's Day present from ...
... were cleared away, deserts were bought out on a share plate and there was key lime pie, tiramisu and chocolate cake. The pick was the tiramisu, the key lime pie was very lemony and also quite good. After dinner we boarded the bus and it was off to the Willis tower, which was renamed this after the major tenant had the rights in the lease to rename it to Willis from Sears. We went up and the views at night reminded me of Townsville from Castle Hill. Lots ...
... get a bus out of town for a couple of days. We've booked to see Iron Man 3 at an IMAX on Friday which we are excited about. Niagara falls was incredible, well at least the state park area was. The rest of the town was a bit of a dump, but the falls were great. We headed over to Canada as they have the better views, and had lunch at Planet Hollywood. What's been very apparent to both of us, is that there are ...
... to the Skydeck at Willis Tower (formerly known as Sears Tower), the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. The views and pictures were amazing from up there, and they've added a couple of glass-bottomed sky boxes that you can step out onto, to look straight down 1350 feet to the street below. Freaky but fun. This was Kat's favorite part of our Chicago time. But it took a lot of cajoling to get Wren into the sky box for a picture.
We ended our Chicago experience by hanging ...