Ramada Hotel & Suites Glendale Heights
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... The building is very ornate - quite something to see. From there we went and visited the home where Abraham Lincoln was brought up. At St Louis we took a ride on a boat on the Mississippi River and also took the ride up the Arch (which is a dominant feature in the St Louis skyline). We arrived in Tulsa quite late in the day after leaving St Louis so ended up learning how to 'speed shop'! Tulsa to Amarillo was another reasonably ...
... free bathrooms, free washing machines and dryers at Aunt Keb’s, and a bed that feels like a cloud). When I explained the way I lived in London, my grandma said it was like I went back to living in the 1930’s. If that’s the case, then I am even more appreciative of my experience over there. I was able to see what it was like to not have everyday appliances that I was used to in the U.S. ...
This was a fascinating experience, and probably the highlight for us, as we looked at buildings in so many different architectural styles, from European Renaissance, Historic Revival and Neo-Gothic to Art Deco and Art Nouveau, and at the opposite end, Mies Van Der Rohe's austere and very plain International Style.
Personally I lean to the frankly ornamental neo-Gothic and European Renaissance styles ...
... space in the downtown area, very tall. Much of my time was spent looking up and, again because there's no space, a lot of my photos will feature either the top or the bottom of a building, but rarely both. Perhaps I'm biased, as my heart now belongs to Canada, but at least Winnipeg was beautiful and short.
As was fashionable back in the day, Chicago burned down one time, in an incident that may or may not have involved a cow. This means there's ...
... where you can photograph yourself 180 degrees upwards and grassy patches, millennium park is a great relaxing, cultural find amongst the other busy touristy sights and it's also free which is always a plus for travellers. After a bit of walking round, I eventually headed towards the field museum of natural history. On the way, however, I stumbled across the Chicago cultural centre which I had read about in my lonely planet. I had not planned to go there but, my ...