Manilow Suites at One West Superior

1 W Superior St, Chicago, Illinois, 60654, United States
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Angola Indiana to Chicago Hilton

by Pkorn

I'm bringing my granddaughter to Chicago this Saturday to celebrate her 13rh birthday. We are staying at the Chicago Hilton. I'll be coming from Angola Indiana on I-90. Any construction or detours I need to be aware of?

Re: Angola Indiana to Chicago Hilton

by riorich55

Check this website for the latest Illinois portion of your trip.

http://www.dot.state.il.us/tpublic.html

I don't travel that road from where I live, but maybe VT member DABS will check in to help you out, since she comes into Chicago from Indiana.

Re: Angola Indiana to Chicago Hilton

by Dabs

Are you staying at 720 S. Michigan? Once you get into downtown, Congress Parkway is closed, you can take the Roosevelt Road exit and take that to Michigan Avenue. Or you can follow the instructions for the garage below if you are looking for more reasonable parking than the hotel, look at the East Monroe Street Garage for $23 per night (it's 55 north, not east). Drop your luggage 1st, it's a few block walk from the hotel.

http://millenniumgarages.com/garages/east-monroe-street-garage.aspx

I don't travel on 90 in Indiana very often as it's a toll road, I can see the traffic backed up on the bridge in Hammond going back towards Angola every night but not on the way in, not sure what's going on, maybe bridge work

The toll road website doesn't seem to be much help and INDOT doesn't seem to cover work on the toll road

https://www.getizoom.com/roadInfo.do

Travel Tips for Chicago

Why is it called the windy city?

by QGirl

“I’ve heard three explanations for the term Windy City as an epithet for Chicago, Illinois: the common assumption that it refers to the winds gusting through the city (understandable to anyone who’s been there).
[A] It is indeed often said that the word windy in the name refers to the long-winded and boastful speech of Chicago politicians.
That we now have what looks like the real story is owed, as so often with American expressions, to Barry Popik, part-time parking judge and expert amateur word sleuth.
For example, the Chicago Tribune for 11 September 1886: “The name of ‘Windy City,’ which is sometimes used by village papers in New York and Michigan to designate Chicago, is intended as a tribute to the refreshing lake breezes of the great summer resort of the West, but is an awkward and rather ill-chosen expression and is doubtless misunderstood”.
It has only recently been discovered that the term appears even earlier, in a headline on the front page of the Cleveland Gazette for 19 September 1885, reporting several items of news from Chicago, particularly a judicial decision: “From the Windy City: Judge Foote’s Civil Right decision”. For the nickname to be well enough known in Cleveland that it appeared in a headline without explanation indicates that it was by 1885 getting to be an established term.
Mr Popik has suggested that the name actually originated in a scheme by the Chicago Tribune about that date to promote the city as a summer resort, using the cool breeze off the lake as the basis of its attraction. Before then, Chicago was usually nicknamed Garden City (its Latin motto was and is Urbs in Horto, “city in a garden”). There seems to have been a shift from the old name to the new in the middle 1880s.

Excerpt from www.askjeeves.com Bike riding along the Lakeshore in the summer and in the winter, Christmas shopping on the Magnificent Mile (North Michigan Avenue).

Make some shopping on Michigan...

by iavormar

Make some shopping on Michigan Ave - but be sure you have enough money with you or just use your VISA card :-))) Very friendly looking city, but only the downtown area and when it's sunny... too many criminals or scary looking people outside the downtown area...

Beautiful city and special events

by meteorologist1

Chicago is a beautiful city. The scene in downtown is clean and modern. There are a lot of parks, and there are a lot of trees and plants embedded in the streets. Michigan Avenue also provides a picture perfect big city scenery. There is always something special going on in Chicago. One day it's the Taste of Chicago, another day it's the Chicago Marathon, another day it's a car or boat show, .... so if you're coming to Chicago, you the tourist will not be the only one who will be excited, because we locals are also always excited about special events in Chicago.

COW

by LoriPori

Located near the entrance to the Chicago Cultural Center (Washington and Michigan Ave ), Nathan Mason's COW is a bronze sculpture 57 inches high amd 92 inches long. It was a gift of the Hanig family and anonymous donors to the people of Chicago

Walk around Navy Pier.

by mayasmin

Attending the free events at Grant Park (outdoor movie every Tuesday in summer, Grant Park Orchestra every Wed-Sun in summer).
People watching at the Taste of Chicago (the week during, before and after Independence Day).
Watching a Steppenwolf/Goodman play.

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