Extended Stay America - Chicago - Schaumburg - Convention Center
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... li>oshinko (Japanese pickled radish)
I have to say I loved Chicago. This may have been largely due to the generoisty of my cousin andand her hubby who gave me the ...
... 47 infants per thousand.
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Country Visited: Japan
Country Shape Classification: Fragmented
Country Development Classification: MDC
Country Capital City: Tokyo
Capital City Population: 32.127 million
Country Population (most current available): 127. 103 million
Country Population (in 1990): 123. 642
Country Government Type: Constitutional Monarchy
Current Leader(s)/ Party(s): Shinzo Abe (Prime Minister), LDP ...
... about to move off, the host introduced himself and said as it was an architecture tour...... He would be talking about buildings........ We all shot looks at each other, but hey, it's good to try new things and it was actually very good. Cruising along the river, having buildings pointed out to you and special facts and details about them and little stories along the way!! we went a couple of different directions and back and a little out into Lake ...
... tour showing all the different buildings and how they had been rebuilt after the Great Chicago Fire burned down the entire city in 1871. We got to see different parts where they filmed the Batman movies and where Wayne Tower is which was pretty cool! We ended the tour at the infamous 'Bean', a mirrored sculpture in a bean shape - one of the most iconic things about Chicago. Everyone surrounding us taking selfies, us included ...
... most amazing street garden beds and parks you will ever see.
When we got back to our room with our groceries for dinner we had some time to kill and we weren't overly keen to go out again so we decided it would be a good idea to expand on some of our knowledge we had gained when we went up the Willis Tower the day before. We had learned small facts about the city skyline and the odd variations of architecture used on the buildings - this is ...