Hilton Garden Inn Chicago/Tinley Park
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
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... well in writing). After walking there and almost passing it, we went up in the frightening, vintage elevator (which had nothing to hold onto, much to Jay's dismay) to the 16th floor, observed that this building looked somewhat like Gringott's, and got everything taken care of. Relief! Then we left, and walked around a bit because Jayla had never been there. Erin and I commented on the train system and ended up discussing Divergent. ...
... you catch up with the sledge in front of you and the dogs can get entangled. You have to hold on to that handlebar very tightly because the dogs just want to go go go go!,and you will be left behind.The sledge has a place for a passenger ,al covered with a blanket,it is very cold! Lots of fun as we went about 4 miles up the hill and 4 miles down.Back at the base camp we had some cookies and hot cider coming in something like a teabag ,very pleasant.
... naturally my vote], but the trolley buses weren't running, so we caught a cab (cheaper than bus fares for the family).
Was fun to get in (not). Aaron got a little frustrated as we got different information from different stations re bags, food, cloaking etc. then when we get in we are told that there are free wheelchairs at the cloaking room. Hmmmm !!!!!!!!!! It took at least 15 minutes to get ourselves sorted - this had better be ...
... the Body World exhibit of animals that have been partially dissected and then plastinated to show the muscles and organs of the animals. Very interesting and a little creepy too. No pictures are allowed in the exhibit so you don't have to see what we saw today. We viewed several more exhibits but by no means all of them. We finished up with a viewing of the U-505 German U-boat. This is an amazing exhibit of a German U-boat that the US captured. I has been on ...
... the locals because of its bean-like shape. It's real name is Cloud Gate and it is the centrepiece of the AT&T Plaza in Millenium Park. The bean is a sculpture made up of 168 stainless steel plates welded together and its highly polished exterior has no visible seams. Because of its polished exterior, it is great for photos with the buildings, sky and people in the background. It's pretty cool I'd have to say.
We then decided we'd hit one of the ...