The Westin Michigan Avenue Chicago
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... line but I managed to get to the end in one piece, through a long transition and on to the bike which was less scary than I anticipated. It was a bit like a racing track so I stayed safely on the inside lane and even manage to overtake quite a few cyclists including some men! The run was hard even though I thought it was going to be my best leg, the heat on the long straight road was energy sapping, I managed to overtake a few ladies which spurred me on, but it was a long 5 km and ...
... directing traffic to their spots. Too cute! People were laughing as they drove by!!! So much for browsing and shopping... the kids saw Nickolodeon Universe, the theme park in the mall and that was it! Spent the rest of the afternoon having fun on rides, laughing, then made our way to Mount Prospect, Illinois to meet up with a friend Michelle hadn't seen in 27 years!!! Oh Happy ...
... Blues In The Schools w/Stone Academy, Eric Noden, Katherine Davis
1:30 p.m. Harmonica Hinds
3 p.m. Cicero Blake
4:30 p.m. Mark Hummel’s Harmonica Blow Out w/ Billy Boy Arnold
... fans for an NFL game which is the smallest seating capacity of any NFL team in the League. The pay-off for this smallish(?) seating capacity is that, the stadium provides the closest to the game experience than any other team in the NFL. Soldier Field is also a Natural Grass playing surface and to quote the tour guide, "if you play on anything other than natural grass you are a wimp!!" We moved our way off the field and into the tunnel in which the visiting team always uses when ...
... a very famous venue in the 40s, 50s, 60s, and 70s. In the halls of the hotel, there are wonderful black and whites of celebrities that played there--Sophie Tucker, Victor Borge, Carol Channing, Judy Garland, Jerry Lewis, Jack Benny, Frank Sinatra, Dorothy Dandridge, Abbe Lane, and on and on and on. We were very comfortable here and I am looking forward to spending another night here on our return at the end of the ...