Hampton Inn & Suites Hoffman Estates
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... just lost in the low cloud. Walked through Centennial park to look at the various public works of art there, and then on to Grant Park to watch Clarence Carter at the Chicago Blues Festival. Still seeking the famous Chicago Pizza, but had to make do with a very good normal one. Back home on the train, pick up a few bits at the late night store and then back ...
I'm so glad we decided to come to Chicago a day earlier than planned - I love this city! If this is as bad as it gets (so I'm told, because of the winter weather), than I have no doubt that it absolutely flourishes in the summer time. I hope I get the opportunity to come back and visit in summer time too, but the winter weather has been so worth it. I was getting annoyed at people down south who continually told us we were mad and to avoid Chicago in winter at all ...
We had an incredible trip through the aspens, over the continental divide, and down into Denver yesterday. I have driven through Colorado several times , even in the fall, but I have never seen aspen trees in pink and pastel orange, as well as bright yellow, pale gold and chartreuse. Unfortunately pictures from a moving train don't do the colors ...
... into ivy. Scoreboard is a steel box. 3 levels of scaffolding and 4 - 8 guys putting up scores. There are more polish people in Chicago than in any city other than largest city in Poland. The Clark House is the oldest house in Chicago. It pre-dates the Chicago fire. It is now a museum. Daniel Burnham laid out the design for City of Chicago in 1909. Chicago Yacht Club building is only house remaking from Worlds Fair of 1933. ...
Our first day we went to the Field Museum where we spent hours wandering around the endless exhibitions of prehistoric, ancient, scientific, natural, and native American history. The entrance features 'Sue' the largest ...