Embassy Suites Hotel Chicago - Lombard / Oak Brook
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... small but had some amazing cars to see. My favourite was an old station wagon, they had it set up as if the people in it had gone for a picnic, it had the old picnic baskets, rugs, old stove, radio, really well done. The most flashy car was a 1967 Star Chief Convertible in a bright red colour with white leather seats, eat your hearts out all you lovers of the rock and roll era of convertible cars.
Apparently Pontiac also built carriages ...
... there was an underwater window which gave some beautiful photos of the diving bear. The milling kids loved it when the bear killed a poor bird that got a little too close right in the front of them!
After four hours of zoo time, we had just about enough energy to make our way to Willis Tower (formerly known as Sears Tower). This skyscraper is the tallest building in North America and the Western Hemisphere, and was the tallest in the world ...