Radisson Hotel Chicago O'Hare
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... formal flower beds and even hanging baskets line the freeway! He tells us that even in winter it looks beautiful as plantings are replaced with lights.
Jon had packed his passport, deemed and experienced as not necessary on domestic flights, but had his Austn. drivers licence with photoI D on hand- we had checked through an automated machine with no line at all which put us in a special category, all well till it comes to Mr No Passport where very nicely he is ...
... Giordano's (not amazing, but an experience in itself)
- Ramen and buns at Slurping Turtle
- Corner Bakery was really convenient for a quick bite,breakfast or panini (Sandwich)
- Steak at some fancy steak place (apparently Chicago is famous for their steaks - Morton's Steak House was not that great though)
The Bean also known as Cloud Gate - Millenium Park, the view from John Hancock and the Art Institute of Chicago.
... people like Harrison Ford, Tina Fey, Bill Murray, Oprah Winfrey and Walt Disney (and this list is by no means exhaustive!) either lived or were born. Jill jumped on the tour bus after I had to leave earlier than she did on the Monday, and was able to hear lots more interesting things from a great tour guide that I'd missed, so I credit her with the following information of note! Every building in the place seems to have some architectural significance, even the windows! There is ...
... on a busy Chicago Saturday. One couple were in the middle of an intersection; another bride and her five attendants crossed State Street (with the traffic lights) in a line, à la The Beatles on Abbey Road. The final group had just emerged from their stretch limousine and were milling around on the footpath of the State Street Bridge, presumably waiting for directions from the photographer. Who knows where they were to be asked to ...
... up this morning I enjoyed a proper American breakfast of cream cheese bagels, bacon, and cantaloupe, before heading off on a family shopping trip. If New York hadn't already done it, I here realised how foreign America is. Driving in massive cars to small towns of shops and picking up massive trollies, I entered Costco, the single largest enclosed space I have ever been in. It makes our wholesalers look like Tesco Express, where double-sized watermelons are thrown across aisles by men ...