Chicago South Loop Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Business Services
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... of the pathways had been cleared or salted. This meant more treading through snow; it was at least 3 inches deep, up to 6+ inches in some areas, so we didn't really know where the paths were underneath all that snow. It was like cross country snow trekking - sometimes our foot would sink down to our knees if we hit a ditch. Lucky for everyone else they had their boots on with lots of grip, but I still only had my nikes so my shoes were a little slippery, and both ...
... a taxi. But only to find that at the taxi stand there's the longest line of people I've ever seen at a taxi stand. And as we wait in line (oh btw the temp had dropped from 30 to 10 while we had been at the airport), cab after cab race by us, being diverted to another terminal. Whatever...we finally make it back to fight another day (today!). So here we go again! Super pumped to get over there, but a little bummed about ...
After we went for a traditional Chicago deep pan pizza at a place called "Gino's East" which Rob was recommended by his friend Matt. It was a really different place with lots of graffiti covering the walls (its meant to be like that) and furniture. It looks like a dump inside but the food smelt great. It was a 45 min- 1 hour wait at least for our large deep pan pizza. They take so long to cook because they're so thick. I wasn't actually ...
Poranek w Rzymie, śniadanko z miłej kafejce, potem przejazd na lotnisko i lot z Alitalią do Chicago.
Chicago na początku odprawa paszportowa. Krótka rozmowa z oficerem imigracyjnym, dotycząca pobytu i pieczątka w paszporcie.
... a trading post near the mouth of the Chicago River that the city of Chicago began to be formally established and it officially received its first non native, year round resident. In 1837, Chicago was incorporated and the river took on a shallow, marshy appearance, a significant contrast to the Chicago River of today. With industry came pollution especially since many businesses were dumping waste directly into the river, bypassing the inadequate city sewage system. At this point ...