Stan Properties Suites at 1730 N Clark

1730 N Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, 60610, United States
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Why my trip has to be so long and boring...

by viajecito

How come if I want to go to Chicago by bus from Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, I have to spend fourteen hours waiting time in two different locations??? Before it was only 9 hours to get to downtown Chicago, from Canada. I guess tourists traveling by bus will be very discouraged to use this service.

Re: Why my trip has to be so long and boring...

by goodfish

It's probably all about supply and demand, and is what it is. If you have a complaint, best to take it up with the bus service.

Re: Why my trip has to be so long and boring...

by leics

It must suit the company and, I suspect, the majority of their customers to make this change. So, as Goodfish says, it is the company to whom you should put the question.

Re: Why my trip has to be so long and boring...

by yvr

No difference than when you fly. Buses use the hub system. Buses filter their passengers into major stations where transfers take place. If you want to save time then fly, approximate 6 hours with one change in Ottawa, that is if you can afford around $700.00 one way.

Re: Why my trip has to be so long and boring...

by oldguy472003

Porter airlines fly out of Toronto Island terminal for about 150 each way & tax to Chicago Midway.

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Re: Why my trip has to be so long and boring...

by glabah

Because you are trying to use the wrong mode for at least part of your trip?

The Amtrak Wolverine service operates 3 trains round trip from Detroit to Chicago in somewhat less than 6 hours. Standard ticket price looks like it is around $30, but as trains sell out the ticket price goes up.

So, now your question needs to be how to get to the Detroit train station from Waterloo. Most of that trip is in Canada and I don't know who serves that route or who crosses the border from Windsor to Detroit. However, there certainly has to be a better way than whatever you are currently trying to do between Waterloo and Chicago.

Travel Tips for Chicago

N. Michigan Avenue - 1920s Towers

by yooperprof

An interesting view of the three "towers" along Michigan Avenue. From left to right:
1) the Wrigley Building's Clock Tower (1924);
2) the Hotel Intercontinental's "Globe" (1929;
3) the Tribune Tower's step-backs (1925)

Ride the El train once round...

by selbyone

Ride the El train once round the Loop. Take a boat trip down the river to check out the architecture preferably in the evening. Take an Untouchables gangster tour. Walk down the steps at Union Station. Eat a huge steak. Two things stand out for me. Doubt if others will agree. As an Englishman, visiting an American drugstore was a whole new experience. We have all night shops in England but there's something deliciously wicked about buying bottles of Mountain Dew [not available in the UK?], square cartons of exotic ice cream, carrot cake and bags of crisp (chips) and taking them all back to the hotel for a pig out! So Walgreen's Drugstore near the Wrigley building is my first fondest memory.

Second would be watching an episode of ER on the TV with one of those rare location shots from Chicago and looking out of the hotel room and seeing the same location that was in the programme.

Free Days @ Chicago Museums

by wkcsmt

Daily
Archicenter, Chicago Cultural Centre, Chicago Public Libraries, Museum of Broadcast Communications, Museum of Contemporary Photography, Oriental Museum, Smith Museum of Stained Glass Windows.

Mondays
Chicago Historical Society

Tuesdays
The Art Institute of Chicago, Museum of Contemporary Art

Wednesdays
Clarke & lessner Houses

Thursdays
Chicago Children Museum (5-8pm), Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum

Fridays
Spertus Meseum

Sundays
DuSable Museum

Best time to visit

by Dabs

My two favorite times of the year are summer and the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

One of Chicago's best assets is the lakefront and all of it's beaches, well maintained bike paths, boat trips (also on the Chicago River), and wonderful parks and gardens. And of course there is no better time to enjoy the lakefront than the summer. Summer is also the season where Chicago has numerous outdoor festivals which are largely free and well attended.

Chicago is also nice around the holidays when all of the retailers put fancy displays in their windows, the stores are full of sales, the streets decorated with lights, the snow still white and it hasn't been cold long enough to make us all grumpy.

The worst month of the year has to be February, followed by January. The snow has now turned brown, the cars and all of your shoes have a nice white film of salt as there is no point in washing either, your skin is chapped...... Ooh, just thinking about it makes me want to book a vacation to Jamaica!

Sculptures

by goingsolo

In addition to architecture, you'll find sculptures throughout the public parks and other areas of Chicago. Many of these impressive works were created by famous artists. Its practically a scavenger hunt to find them, but worth the effort. These sometimes hidden gems are yet another interesting facet of the Chicago cityscape.

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