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 …
... they were. when we pulled up to my stop he asked me big brown eyes staring up at me, "Will I see you again?" "I don't know", I told him, "Its a big city, but maybe." I didn't see him again, but I now get a saying I once saw in one of my teachers classrooms,
"Those who love teaching, teach those who love learning"
Seeing that young boys face light up after every letter, was the most powerful part of that trip for me, hands down.
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