Park Place Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sits about 6000 feet above sea level. We arrived and then went down to 'Old Town'. Old Town is a nice area where you can buy American Indian items and enjoy Mexican style dining. We had a late afternoon meal in the Hacienda cafe and then went on to the Cable ride up to the top of the local mountains - a ride which takes you up to 10000 feet above sea level and provides for a spectacular view on both sides,of the ...
Most of us were slow to rise this morning after a long and demanding day in the kitchen and around the dinner table, preparing and consuming a number of filling meals yesterday. It seemed strange not preparing for a pilgrimage to the MCG to watch the opening day of the Boxing Day test match. Instead, the scores were checked online, with the match between AUS and IND evenly poised after day 1. After some time taken to set up the Fitbit pedometer ...
... emerged -- it was in Chicago too that the first skyscraper was built.
Since then, Chicago with its famous and influential Chicago and Prairie schools of Architecture has long set the bar very high for any enterprising architect wanting to contribute something unique and lovely to the cityscape.
Altogether, it was a day well spent, and one we will always remember. (Pictures will follow).
... Sears) Tower plonked a glass outcrop on the side of the building with the least interesting outlook over Chicago, so I stood in the most organised queue I've seen in America just for the novelty of stepping on a sheet of glass ninety-whatever floors up in the air. I can do that at Blackpool. The other three sides of the building offered a more interesting view at least.
As I've done in a few places now, I visited the aquarium in Chicago. Aquariums ...
... and the middle class of Chicago. Due to the economic recession, the value plummeted and it was then inhabited by mainly black, lower class citizens. The exhibit contained massive photographs of the inside of the apartments and accounts of life living there at the time. It was a life you would not choose but for people who held no other option, they either chose to live under a kitchen sink or on the streets. Emotional and interesting, this one of of the ...