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Coming all the way from Stavanger, THE windy city in Norway, our expectations were quite high. We got slightly dissappointed though, the wind wasn't much to brag about! The city Chicago on the other hand, was great! We had no idea what to expect, and found everything to be a pleasant surprise. Acting like crazy tourists once again, we climbed all …
We decided to use today to get organised for our roadtrip around the Southwest states. We walked down to the main shopping strip, N Michigan Avenue, and found a Borders bookshop. We bought a guide and a map and sat in a coffeeshop looking over possible routes. We also visited the local AAA (American Automobile Association) branch. If you are an AA …
In the morning we walked down to Millennium Park, just south of the river., at the edge of the Loop. The park was recently regenerated and includes a number of famous sculptures and architectural buildings, such as the Jay Pritzker Pavillion (an outdoor concert venue), the interactive Crown Fountain and the iconic Cloud Gate sculpture (see pics). …
We were staying just a couple of blocks from the 12 mile mark of the marathon, which was due to start today. Our hotel had been very busy since we arrived and most of the people staying here seem to be here to either take part in, or watch, the marathon. For us, being in Chicago during the marathon was just a coincidence, but, as Jim had taken part …
10/10/2009 - Our first full day in Chicago and, as usual, whenever we reach a new city the first thing we have to do is the laundry. We scoured the neighbourhood (in the freezing cold!), but couldn't find a public laundromat for love nor money (apparently the condominiums have them available for residents only). We eventually found a dry-cleaners …
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service