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 …
... amidst his vodka fuelled haze. He is now retired and working as a landscaper, fairly flexible as he appears to travel all over the US doing this (apart from his 'stint' in prison as he put it). He was returning to his ‘baby’ (a Harley Davidson motorcycle), which he seemed to have left in a separate place to where he previously was (he also alluded to one of his ex-wives being a stripper, the stereotype was killing me). He was the icebreaker of the ...
... 4) always dress say thank you 5) never have chipped nail varnish (I forget the rest of the real rules) We adapted some of these rules (eg; no tags left on the bottom of high heels) and decided to form a new society of ladies of beauty and grace on the road ! True ladies of beauty and grace don't stay up and out partying too late either so we spent the evening chilling together in our hotel room :) At breakfast the next day the hostel lady asked us if we wanted to participate in the ...
Basically right from there, it was time to leave my mom and go through security. She cried, I almost did, but I held it together.
For an international flight, I'm surprised at how little security there was. Didn't have to take out my meds, didn't have to take out liquids, laptop, nothing. They just sent it through and that was that. Now, when you travel, people recommend that you travel in layers. It sounds like a great ...
... end boutiques and hotels. Went into Nordstroms, but it was a bit flash for us, so we used the toilets and went back out to the cold.
Went to the movies and saw The Book Thief, one of the best films we've seen for a long time,
(despite having Geoffrey Rush in it.) The theatre was crowded, and I was seated next to a consumptive, so I suppose my cold will come back. It was bitingly cold waiting for the bus after a few hours in ...