Red Roof Inn Chicago-Downers Grove
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... grabbing a quick lunch along the river, we headed for Millenium Park. The 'Kidney Bean', which was apparently the main attraction in the vicinity, was surrounded by tourists. Whether they were staring at awe, or simply trying to work out what the point of the sculpture was, is unsure, but there was certainly a lot of fascination. I was definitely in the second category, but to be fair, it was different, and you could take an awesome picture from inside it since the ...
Currently sitting in the Admiral Lounge at O'Hare, ready to board...so excited! The JCCC has been so wonderful! We have already been treated like royalty with our own guide through the airport, free food and drinks and private security checks!. Hosana has already taught us so much about culture. Look for many pictures to ...
... to the U of Chicago they left it fall to ruin/planned to demolish - saved almost at the last moment it is now being refurbished - 9,000sq ft built for a family (rich family) of 4.
Tidbits: at least 2 of the houses are owned as '2nd homes' 1 family lives in California and another in Boston.....1 house recently sold for 2.4 million - I think house prices in general are still 'low' in the USA but also people know that buying one of these houses isn't the ...
16th December - Monday
Rugged up, not many clothes left in our bag, most of them are on our backs and legs and feet and head, off we went into the city, still minus 10.
We went to the Amtrak station to sort our a few problems that we had created. The lady who called us over looked like Madam Hitler and we just ...
... tea there - including a shared apricot galette. We backtracked a little to Clifton Avenue, and headed north up this street, admiring the gardens as we went. I have read that most of Sheffield’s residential and commercial buildings were erected between 1875 and 1905; it was subsequently one of the first communities in Illinois to be designated a National Historic District because of this architectural characteristic. In the 1950s the town fell ...