Homewood Suites Orland Park
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... very handy for getting places. I lunched at Navy Pier, a shrimp appetiser from the Bubba Gump menu, before hopping on the bus again to complete the loop ending at Millenium Park. At. Millenium Park they have "The Bean" which takes some cool pictures of you and Chicago reflected of its surface. I went to Tower Plaza mail, where I saw the Lego display and ...
... you could use them on and you couldn't combine the two, I looked at everything, some things twice and there was nothing that I thought was interesting, everything was over the $50 so you had to pay the difference, so we walked out of there with only our free gifts and a lady shaking her head. Now from the third stop we had to get to the second stop ( this is the one we tried to find yesterday and failed), we found ...
... Baseball, along with Fenway Park in Boston. Yankee Stadium? Replaced by a newer model. Milwaukee County Stadium? Gone. Tiger Stadium? Demolished. Even Comiskey Park in the South Side of Chicago has been replaced with a shinier, newer model. After all of these "improvements," Wrigley is still there with it's ivy-coverd brick wall, rooftop seating, and 7th-inning stretch.
Now that we're done with the sentiments, ...
... an industrial section of town. The boundary between road and sidewalk was lined with plantings, trees and drainage systems. There were also lampposts run on solar and wind power, it was a very exciting preview! David and I chatted for about an hour on all things green streets & alleys. He was so enthusiastic about Chicago’s efforts, how Portland and Seattle are also ...
... and all the different styles of architecture; however I was also impressed that every time the boat guide asked a question about something, anything, it was a Road Scholar that got the answer! Way to go for our participants and a great sign that we’ve been all over the city and learned a ton of information on this program.
With a huge smile on our newly tanned faces, and possibly a crick in our necks ...