Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Chicago Airport West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... on a buying spree, spend wisely, which means spend only on those things that will help your business. It's better to build up your business savings so that you can handle unexpected expenses than it is to splurge every time you have the chance. In addition, buying your office supplies in bulk will save you money. Invest in reliable computing equipment so you won't have to replace it all the time. Avoid spending too much on your entertainment ...
... We are now experts on distinguishing modernist from post-modernist architecture, and Art Deco from the Prairie Style of Frank Lloyd Wright. We were given a potted history of Chicago, from its beginnings as a fur-trading post through to today. Adrienne explained that early architecture attempted to make Chicago what they called 'Paris on the Prairie', with many bridges and buildings designed to look like they belonged in that European city. We have a ...
... or Michigan Avenue as it's properly named. Close to the Chicago Red Line stop, the Chicago Water Tower is a beautiful old stone building that managed to survive the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 when no other building around it did. The destruction in the area was so great that people used the Water Tower as a guide to find where their homes used to be. Nearby shops include Topshop and H&M, though there are others we didn't go into (Giorgio Armani being just a little out of our ...
... were intended for adult audiences. I quickly realized that I was going to have to rush to manage to see everything.
Many of the exhibits were not what I'd expect to find in a planetarium. For instance, they had a large collection of old, and, in many cases, historically significant, telescopes. They also had a large collection of planetary machines, some of which were over 300 years ...
... light show throughout the sub. Because the timing of the sound and light show is fixed the guide cannot stop to answer questions until the end and portions of the tour are rather rushed. They sometimes offer longer, in-depth tours, which I think would be much better.
In spite of the drawbacks, I still enjoyed ...