Hampton Inn Chicago/Westchester (Oak Brook)
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... and our family to part ways. It was fun hanging out with him, but he had to go get ready to watch his 2 Grandchildren play floor hockey and I have to get ready to take Charlie to the Basketball. I remember when I first started following the NBA and the Chicago Bulls I must have been about 12 years of age, Michael Jordan,Scottie Pippen, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird etc. although Magic and Larrynever played for the Bulls they were great players who I followed along. It was the ultimate ...
... corner suspended over an active railroad. To allow for this, as it wasn’t an option to move the railroad to accommodate the building's foundations, they developed a complex roof truss from which essentially the building is suspended. Obviously there are 3 other foundations but this slight suspension offset the need for the fourth foundation. We were so mesmerised by all the history and the stories behind each building that we hadn’t realised the time. Before we ...
... beat a pint of Guinness at the source. Best museums overall: London. Absolutely incredible selection of topics and all of them were 100% free to get in. Best single museum: the Louvre. Unparalleled collection and absolutely massive. Best hotel: Crowne Plaza in Kensington, London. Small room, but great breakfast, service and free food and bottled water. Best public transportation: London. Great, clean metro with easy to understand directions. ...
... Things for the First time. The first Skyscraper, the first elevator directly into an apartment (they had to get smarter than Al Capone!), the first city in the 19th century to make river frontage desirable (they cleaned ip the river), the first city to have desirable multi-use buildings with retail downstairs and up-market residential accommodation in the any floors above. We went up to the 66th floor of the John Hancock building and luckily got a table right next ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking