Chicago is the United States' third largest city although still called the Second City, a haven of art, architecture and jazz. It's home to elevated trains, Oprah, a wealth of museums, and wonderful places to eat, drink and be entertained. You can even laze on the beach in summer.
From the Chicago Travel Guide
not recommended Why is there a booking fee? The roomrates are paid in advance. There was no coffeemaker in the room. The room was very loud because it was near the road. ... more
booked here because thought it would be convenient to Airport. Cannot really fault this hotel. Breakfast was very good indeed, rooms were large, plenty of room, and the beds were amazing. Very noticeable, the extreme comfort(and we had travelled through Europe, staying in some very good hotels, just prior to arrival at this hotel. ... more
We arrived 15 minutes early in Chicago and have plenty of time to catch our continuing flight to Frankfurt. I am so ready for some sleep! I'm trying to get on an Egypt clock; it is a little past 11:30 pm there so I need to be sleeping. ...
Posted in MeijiBlack's Egypt by MeijiBlack
of the South, the weather in Chicago well and truly reminded me that we are heading into winter over here. Tuesday headed into downtown Chicago with Ana leaving at 7.30am to catch a 45 minute express train. The weather was everthing Chicago is famous for - wet, windy and cold - actually it was about 8 degrees max ...
Posted in Colonial USA by natty176