Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTrump International Hotel & Tower Chicago
Easily detected by the huge TRUMP on the front of the building. You could see this from our hotel. Only about 5 min walk North. Didn't go in, but photographed it.
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Over the last two days, we found our way to the Chicago Public Library, Grant and Millennium Parks, Buckingham fountain, ate a deep dish Pizza at Giordanos, ascended Willis (formerly Sears) tower and stood on the transparent Skydeck, browsed around Navy Pier, found the Newberry library, rode the El Train to the end of the green line at Cottage …
... stuffed animal and Kaleb got to choose a few suckers. Also, we were planning to have Kylee sleep between us in our king size bed but the gentleman working the desk offered us the pack-n-play at no charge. We came to our room on the 18th floor. We rested for a little bit and headed out around the corner for 7-11 to get a few things such as milk for Kylee. We came back and called it the night preparing to hit Shedds Aquarium and the Field Museum on ...
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... way. This was a common theme among the pilgrim community, especially towards the end of the walk. It's almost as if it was something we all learned from the path. When talking about the person who injured themselves and had to go back home, it wasn't met with oh that's just terrible - how sad. It was simply a nod of the head and a simple, "that was their way". Or in talking about if you took the French route or the Portuguese ...