Buckingham Athletic Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... was on the theatre buildings and some of the insides of a couple of buildings - Macy's and Palmer (now a Hilton Hotel) as well as the sculptures in the plazas around buildings. Finished at 9.15 pm and we had not had dinner. Not ideal having dinner at 10 pm.
... cope with actually driving there. The drivers seem to think the yellow light does indeed mean go very fast, while the pedestrians have a habit of mistaking the big red hand for some sort of indication that they should absolutely walk out into the middle of the road with no regard for their safety. So by the end of my six days in Chicago I was definitely ready to head to Washington, D.C. and meet my parents. Provided I could survive another round of Amtrak ...
... base yesterday. I delivered the live redwood tree to my father last night. It's now in a 5 gallon bucket with room to spread its roots. We ate with Trish last night. We came home to a comfy house yesterday, arriving about 6:30 pm. We had a quick drive out of Des Mounes after we finally left. I drove around downtown enjoying the views if it's Pappajohn Sculpture Park. It had different versions if sculptures I've already seen in DC and Nola. The park was surrounded by cubicle ...
... end and the 4 of us are now en route with Amtrack to Chicago for 3 days.The train, although not designated 1st class, appears to be so, with huge comfortable seats and leg room so great one can barely reach the footrest or the tray table!Behind me sits an I talk an woman so periodically I have the pleasure of hearing the language again and understanding it. When we went to get a coffee the little Chicano guy serving, all smiles and genuine Latino charm, refers to ...
... of The Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
To this day it is still a mystery as to how the fire was started, but it is rumoured that a cow started it by kicking over a lantern in the barn. The fire-fighters were initially sent to the wrong location which gave the fire time to spread. The fire died out two days after it started, leaving 300 people dead, 10000 people homeless and $200million worth of property damage.
Chicago was ...