Ruby Room

1743-45 W Division St, Chicago, Illinois, 60622, United States
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My Trip - weather question

by ilovechicagoequi

Well two and a halfg weeks till our trip!! very excited now.

now i know from personal experience that chicago in early november cna be cold, it can be unseasonably warm.....you lot over there now, whatsit looking like??? we travell on the 8th and there for a week.

thanks

Re: My Trip - weather question

by Dabs

This time of year, the weather can change quickly, what it looks like today will not necessarily have anything to do with what it will look like tomorrow. Check weather.com or chicagotribune.com a couple of days before you leave, even then the 10 day forecasts change from day to day. Right now it's sunny and cool in the 50s but still a bit warmer than it can be this time of year, later this week it's supposed to be in the 70s which is quite warm for this time of year.

Re: My Trip - weather question

by ilovechicagoequi

thanks. yeah i know i came a few years ago and it was really warm, well, i do live in england, and instead of allt he jumpers i had brougt i had to go and buy t shirts!!

willl keep a check!! thanks.

Re: My Trip - weather question

by Dabs

I remember the same thing from the days of trick or treating, some years there was snow, some years you could be out in short sleeves. I always pack layers when I travel, a bunch of short sleeve shirts for the base, one of two long sleeve shirts I can wear over the short sleeve shirts in case it's cool and a fleece in case it's cold.

Travel Tips for Chicago

Chinese Consulate

by cybertraveler14

If you are going to visit the Chinese Consulate to apply for your Visa, make sure you leave plenty of time. It took well over an hour for our number to be called and for us to get to the counter to turn in our completed forms/passports/fee. They do offer mail back service for an additional $5 (if you provide the postage paid envelope with a tracking number) which is worth the cost. If parking at the nearby parking garage, be sure and get your ticket validated at the security desk in the lobby on your way out. This involves getting another machine readable ticket you put in the machine at the parking garage after you insert your parking ticket stub. For us, it decreased the price of parking from $24 to $13.

The view from ferris wheel to the city

by kristii

You´ll find the wheel on Navy Pier and it costs about 5$ to have a ticket there. But I do think you´ll be pleased with the view you´ll get from the top, both to the city and also to the beautiful Lake Michigan. it could be a bit windy up there, so wear something warm and you wont get the cold with the ride!

Lake Michigan is one of the...

by helleke

Lake Michigan is one of the worlds most greatest lakes in the world;It looks like an ocean but it isn't. Tou can go rollerblading on Lake Shore Drive and enjoying the great sunset. Or You can go to see a game from the Chicago Bulls,visiting Navy Pier where they have great summeractivities.Or you can go shopping on Michigan Avenue.Chicago has also a lot of nice suburbans xich are whorted a visit,like Highland Park or go to Evanston to see the Northwestern University;there are so many places to see that I can't give them all. But just go and find out for yourself how great Chicago is. I loved the festival ' taste of Chicago ' wich is held somewhere in july.I loved the distance from the Lake Shore drive. You can make a very long walk right next to the lake and see the John Hancock building rising in the sky.I also loved the wheather in Chicago;altough the humidity was sometimes to hard to handle.The nightclubs can give an opportunity to meet American people who are very social and intresting to talk to.

Millennium Park - Millennium Monument

by yooperprof

The Millennium Monument is "officially" located at "Wrigley Square" - although you and I might simply call it the southeast corner of the intersection of Randolph and Michigan Avenue.

Severe and strictly classical, this colonnade is the "gateway" to Mayor Daley's pet project, Millennium Park. The Doric columns echo those on the Chicago Cultural Center, immediately across the hectic boulevard. They also demonstrate that Daley and the project's creators wish to be seen as leaving a legacy for the ages: there's nothing post-modern or even vaguely ironic about it. And in a city like Chicago, perhaps that's entirely appropriate.

An earlier version of the same style of colonnade stood on exactly this site from 1917 to 1953.

Tallest Skyscraper West of the Chicago River

by deecat

Heller International Tower is the tallest skyscraper west of the Chicago river. It's corner tower is 45 stories high and is quite imposing.

The tower has narrow windows that are highlighted with aluminum bands. They contrast sharply with the other windows which are set flush in the walls.

I like the light-colored granite of the building which appears to descend westward because of the series of setbacks.

The eastern facade has such interesting asymmetry, which I always find appealing.

And on the Monroe Street side is an arcaded pedestrian sidewalk.

This is a building that looks better from a distance than it does when you see it close up. The Heller International Tower was built in 1992 and designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

It is located at 500 West Monroe Street.

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Address: 1743-45 W Division St, Chicago, Illinois, 60622, United States