Carlton Inn Midway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mall known as Block Thirty Seven. We made our way through the mall to the exit onto North Dearborn Street. As we approached the glass doors, we could see across the street to the Christmas Market.
We went outside, crossed the street, and found ourselves immersed in a sea of humanity. It was very difficult to navigate through the crowd. I saw several people pushing strollers through the crowd. That did not seem like such a ...
... my SLC Bees Mike Trout shirt. Both irreplaceable and very sentimental.
So as long as we were there I half heartedly toured Aztalan and found it interesting. We had stopped many years ago at the Cahokia park outside of St Louis of which this was a smaller version. I'm sure I would have enjoyed spending longer there if we ...
... br> We walked back up Illinois St to the Magnificent Mile alias Michigan Avenue - actually that is the other way round. The Mag Mile is high end shopping and all the name brand shops are side by side. Wandered past these shops to John Hancock Building. The top floor observatory is a big tourist attraction however Maria had mentioned the rooftop bar so she asked the attendant about that and we were directed to another lift line and sure enough we are at the top and lining ...
... crept/slithered across the road. Yesterday's snow has left everything very slippery.
The Navy Pier is a family fun park, but there was interesting stuff for us too, including a display of Louis Tiffany's stained glass. We went outside as I wanted to see Lake Michigan up close, but it was too cold to stay out long, and we were scared of slipping over. It was really hot inside.
We walked along to the Magnificent Mile, a strip ...
... blocks past the train line... I do not know where it was but we didn't cross it, uh oh it must have been under the ground somewhere! Recalculating Our route using the trusty paper map we turn and head towards the other side of the city and we get to walk over one of the those bridges we saw earlier today, spectacular view :) Only a couple more blocks in that direction and we should hit the green line, well we got to see more of the city and walk over the bridge so all ...