Holiday Inn Express Chicago O'Hare
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... z naszą koleżanką Hannah z campu (nasz ratownik na basenie), pojechaliśmy zwiedzać miasto. Zaczęliśmy od Willis Tower - najwyższego budynku w Chicago, skąd moglismy podziwiać piękną panoramę miasta.
Půźniej rozdzieliliśmy się, gdyż ja i John chcielismy zwiedzić muzeum przyrody i przemysłu, co nie było w planach Hannah. Aby ...
... waited in line and Lisa headed me and the girls to their surprise visit to the American Girl store! So worth it! Regans face just lit up when I pointed to the sign. I don't know that she knew there was an entire store! Peyton understood once we were inside. It took a while to Narrow their choice but try each choose an outfit and then I gave in to the Isabelle (the girl of the year) movie. They were thrilled to carry their own bag back to the ...
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... observation decks and admiring the city from above. In Chicago there are various to choose from and we decided to go to the Hancock Tower. The advantage of this choice is that you don't have to pay the entrance fee (about 30 USD). How do you do it? Well, instead of going to the observatory, you have to go to the bar where you have the same view and the entrance is free. Of course you have to order something, but ...
... Tiffany glass dome ceiling. Under the done a string quartet was playing. I sat and listened for a while. Very relaxing. After this I walked along Michigan ave past a interesting mix of building. Crossed the river and entered the upscale shopping district if the magnificent mile. The first building of interest on this side is the Wrigley building, which was commissioned by the Wrigley gum company. The building was completed in 1924 ...