Springhill Suites Chicago Downtown / River North
Travel Blogs from Chicago
So at this point, my mom and I were so exhausted.
After DC/Baltimore, we drove to Philly and then we took the last flight to Chicago.
This was my first time in Chicago, and although I loved UChicago, the rain didn't really help. I was struck by how metropolitan it was though. Growing up in Tokyo and New York and now living in a little …
We ate breakfast at the hotel and let the kids were able to swim a little. Cameron complained....again, drives him crazy that he feels good enough, but his incisions aren't quite ready yet. It was cold so Peyton barely got in. Left just shortly after nine to head towards Chicago to meet and stay with Mike and Lisa for the day/night. We drive both of Mike and Lisa's vehicles into the city. Thank goodness they know what they are doing. She had the parking ...
... museum, an art deco walking tour and an architectural boat tour, (both under the auspices of the Chicago Architecture Foundation) and Millennium Park with its famous Anish Kapoor sculpture.
And how lovely is this message sent by Maggie, a new friend. An Irish blessing. May the road rise up to meet you May the wind be always at your back May the sun shine warm upon your face And rains fall soft upon your fields And until we meet again May God hold you in the hallow of his ...
... place! Even in winter they have a skating rink there.
On our way back to the train we passed through the theatre district.
This afternoon we thought we would do as the locals do and make the most of the sunshine by heading to Oak Street Beach... well lake-beachish thing. The clouds had rolled in a little and the sun wasn't really poking through anymore so that ruled out swimming for us. Instead we pulled up a patch of sand and lazed about ...
After a good night sleep we were all ready to hit the Free breakfast downstairs. Armed with Charlie's Weet-bix the 5 of us are ready for our first full day in Chicago. The breakfast is pretty good, a wide selection of food was available everything from cooked to order omelettes, boiled eggs, bagels so on and so forth. Every morning my mum MUST start the day with toast and a cup of tea, so she was impressed to see the English tea bags! O yeh it could snow today!! If u remember back to ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations