Red Roof Inn Chicago Lansing
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the interesting spaces created between the supporting timber and concrete piers. Apparently by Chicago standards the apartments are large, both in floor area and also due to the high ceilings, a legacy of the factory design that went with the original building. The building is located next the CBD and would be the equivalent of Carlton in Melbourne or Ultimo in Sydney in terms of proximity to the centre of ...
Drove the 191 miles back to Chicago in 3.5 hours.
We high tailed it out of Indianapolis to rush back to Randi's place so we could launch into Chicago.
We arrived around 2pm, freshened up and drove downtown to the Greek festival. The street was blocked off and was chock full of various local Greek restaurants selling food and drink.
Karen and I ordered a lamb gyros ...
... every tourist must soak up. Unfortunately, the Cubs lost but that did not take away from the excellent atmosphere that radiated from the huge, iconic building that was wrigley field. We carried on the traditions by having a burger and chips (or fries not to confuse anyone with American English...I have realised I need to translate sometimes considering I met someone who ordered burger and chips and it came with crisps. Go figure) and, with extremely full bellies, ...
... they are home to the Southeast Zoo Alliance for Reproduction and Conservation (SEZARC), a research laboratory facility that performs hormone assays and is involved in several endangered-species reproduction and conservation projects. At SEZARC I learned the somewhat messy and tedious (and definitely smelly!) process of actually extracting hormones from dung samples and then running laboratory assays to measure and quantify those hormones. These unconventional and unique ...
... but way over the top!
Saturday - snowing heavily so we decided to take the trolley bus tour to get an orientation of the city without freezing. Had a fantastic driver who was most informative. Route took us from opposite our hotel on Water Tower Place past the Hancock Tower, Lakeshore, Oak Beach, through River North area, Willis tower, State Street, Chicago Theatre, Museum Campus, Millenium Park, Navy Pier ...