The Hyatt Lodge at McDonald's Campus
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... through four speakeasies, which were still very much functioning taverns. Our tour guide was very informative and 'colourfully' spoke of the characters who owned and would frequent the establishments. Really, really had a dislike for Mabel Walker Willebrandt! Look it up people. Quick word on shopping. Not everything here is cheap but you can wrangle out a bargain or two in one of the ...
... Repair, Safelite Replace". Mary was on the phone with them about a minute after it happened and before we arrived at the hotel we had set up an appointment and gotten the claim pre-approved by our insurance carrier. About 15 minutes after we checked in to the hotel the technician was out here and about 30 minutes after that he had repaired the crack right in the parking lot. Although its only a temporary fix as we'll need ...
... scale skeleton of a dinosaur in the terminal. Check it the pics if the girls with the Dino below... Getting on to the plane now... 4 hours until we are done with the traveling and ready to roll. All-in-all a helluva good travel day. We made it cross country with three kids and only waited in line for maybe 15 minutes total. 10 minutes on the runway at O'hare was overcome by direct tv in your seat. Again, either a good sign for the trip, or the calm before the ...
... had to take a train out of the city centre to find the real deal rather than the overblown gourmet hyped outlets. The TV was on in the pizza place so we were able to watch the Chicago Cubs (baseball) in action. The supporters were on the train we caught this morning! We stopped for a drink in a bar and were deafened by football supporters wearing USA colours, flags and with faces painted. The match was being watched on large screens all over ...
... reflecting pool placed between two glass brick towers that used LEDs to display videos. Basically it is a clorinated zero depth fountain area in the park. There were so many families playing and splashing, especially with the weather, as lovely as it was... If I didn't have shoes on I would of loved to join in! Blake and I both agreed it was a fantastic use of space!
Millennium Park as a whole is a spectacle worth seeing, you could spend all day ...