Courtyard Chicago Arlington Heights/North
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... Hugh Hefner playboy mansion. We then continued along the streets of Chicago and went right into the heart of chicago near the chicago river. Here our guide gave us some history of the building and architecture which was heavily influenced by the gangsters of chicago such as al Capone. We then road onto millenium park which is massive and has heaps of artwork placed all around the entire park. We saw the famous chicago bean which ...
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... famous because of the numerous fragments of famous buildings from around the world which have been incorporated into the exterior wall of the building. The editor of the newspaper at the time the building was being constructed, instructed his writers from all around the world to return to the headquarters with fragments of significant buildings from their designated region. Even if you ignored the amazing architecture of this building, you could not ignore this unique ...
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As we approached Chicago, the dark sky rumbled with deafening thunder, and great flashes of lightening lit up the impressive skyline. The storm raged on all night, and I've never seen anything like it. The whole sky flashed white with each deafening crack of lightening, and the thunder was so loud that it drowned out the sound of traffic.
We only had a short time in Chicago, so in the morning we went straight to Millennium Park, a ...
... down from Niagara to Buffalo, then to Erie (a brief jaunt through Pennsylvania) and then also a brief stint in Seneca nation (an Indian land) via I90. Then through Cleveland.
However, about 100 miles before Toledo there was a big accident. Fortunately for us the kind highway folks posted a sign saying "Major Delay Ahead... seek alternate routes". I looked on my trusty Windows Phone ...