Embassy Suites Hotel Chicago - Schaumburg / Woodfield
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... was projected into a room or landscape and then a photo was taken of that (it has a term but of course I can't remember what it is!). It looks quite freaky but once you figure out what you are looking at its pretty cool. The we were all over the Greek, Roman and Byzantine section, followed by Indian and Asian, African, and one of. U favourites, Indian art of the Americas, I think because we don't really see that in NZ. Then onto paintings... so ...
... mapped their heads using a XBox Kinnect and then made 3D models of their heads. I headed to the storm room where I played with the smart table allowing you to move objects along the wavelengths to see what they look like form x-rays to microwaves and radio waves. Great technology. The other thing I found fascinating were the beautiful patterns in the stress networks and sand storms. Nature is fun but dangerous. Next ...
... down to Chase Bank to deposit some money into my Indianapolis' hosts account to reimburse her for the postage for sending my bag to Denver. On the way back I grabbed a feed at McDonalds as I had decided to have a quiet night.
Not long after, the heavens opened, and I witnessed the most spectacular lightning and thunder storm I have ever experienced. It lasted for about an hour and a half and was constant. In New Zealand we might get some flashes ...
We started our day by taking the hotel van to O'Hare and navigating our way to the Blue Line subway, which would take us all the way into downtown. We watched the suburbs go by and pointed out interesting grafiti and signs before going underground. We came up in the center of The Loop, surrounded by large office towers. We found the Palmer Hilton, where we picked up our Go Chicago passes, that would get us into a lot of attractions around the city. The Palmer had a really ...
... Wallet, Travel Organizer, Business Card Case: I travel to some places many times a year and others just once. I carry a receipt envelope to separate and keep the different currencies somewhat organized. I keep cash in USD with me regardless of where I am going along with two credit cards (Delta SkyMiles AMEX and a Marriott Visa (this way I don't have to carry my rewards cards too. However, note that with the exception of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services