Springhill Suites Chicago Downtown / River North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Springhill Suites Chicago Downtown / River North
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... love roasting marshmallows but not eating them. Kevin was a good sport about eating them considering he doesn’t even like marshmallows. The flames and the fireflies entertained us for awhile before we couldn’t take the mosquitos anymore and called it a night. Tomorrow we say goodbye to Chicago.
Today’s totals: 65.5 km
2 injuries, 1 oil change & 1 car wash
... that for 2 nights. We also passed through a time zone so we gained an hour. Once we arrived Drew told us we had just over an hour before we all needed to meet on the second floor for some Chicago pizza so we played a bit of free table tennis and snooker. Around 5:30 we finally got our pizza's. I say pizza they were more like giant pies. We had three normal sized pizza's between 13 of us and we still didn't finish them. I ...
... down Jackson Drive, across Chicago River South Branch to the waterfront at Lake Michigan.
The first thing we noticed about Chicago, as with all US cities, is that it's big. Stating the bleeding obvious? Yes. Worthy of mentioning nonetheless? Absolutely. The scale of the buildings and the most spectacular skyline, viewed from the waterfront, which we reached after a brisk 20 minute walk, are ...
Saturday morning in Chicago and the US is having a Memorial Day long weekend. We decide to jump on the Open top bus tours . Starting at the HardRock Cafe in River North drive past the sky deck entrance at the Willis Tower (Seers tower) - these are actually glass ledges that protrude from the building on the top floor. We decide to get off at Millennium Park and check out the attractions such as the The Bean and the Gardens. The bean ...
... it for the shower. Ro and I had decided to head into Chicago that afternoon and just wander through the streets until our architectural boat tour at 4.00pm. Nat was keen for the architectural cruise but wanted some down time on the couch and a cat nap before then, as she didn’t want to be absolutely exhausted for work the next day. Just after noon Ro and I caught the train into the city and began exploring Chicago’s main sights. Leading up to our arrival in Chicago ...