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Chicago CityPass
"Chicago CityPASS includes entry to: Shedd Aquarium (includes VIP entry to Waters of the World galleries Amazon Rising Wild Reef Abbott Oceanarium Polar Play Zone Amphibians special exhibit and Stingray Touch (May to October) plus your choice of a 4-D Experience. The Field Museum (includes All-Access Pass
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Best of Chicago Tour Including a Deep-Dish Pizza
"Get ready to see the best of Chicago and enjoy its most famous food – deep-dish pizza! Start your city sightseeing tour with visits to some of Chicago’s most interesting neighborhoods – Gold Coast Lincoln Park Wrigleyville and more – where you’ll learn about the city’s unique culture and rich history. This comprehensive tour also takes you to the most important and popular attractions in the city including Grant Park with its enviable location on Lake Michigan; Adler Planetarium with a great view of the city; and Willis Tower (formerly known as the Sears Tower) one of Chicago’s most famous skyscrapers! After the tour
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Chicago Grand Half-Day Tour
"Get an in-depth look at the beautiful Windy City on this 4-hour coach tour of Chicago! Take a scenic bus ride through the South Side and travel through the beautiful Grant Park. Visit the Adler Planetarium with its impressive sky dome and pass by the Art which boasts a world-renowned collection of impressionist art. Pass the Orchestra Hall home of the famous Chicago Symphony Orchestra and drive by President Obama's old neighborhood!On the North Side travel by the striking Richard J Daley plaza with its magnificent Pablo Picasso sculpture created specifically for Chicago. Cross the Chicago River and see the famous Wrigley Building and Wrigley Field. Spot one of the tallest buildings in the world the John Hancock Center and continue through Lincoln Park’s acres and acres of lush greenery and lagoons. See the Itinerary section below for a full list of sights seen on this exciting Chicago tour."
From $48.00

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Trolleys (some are FREE)

We are currently on vacation in Chicago and using the free trolley with no problems other than finding an actual map! Here is our gift to...
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Driving/Parking

Finding parking can be difficult downtown, and it's almost never cheap. I recently stumbled upon the ParkWhiz app, and I think it's pretty great. They have a program called Simple Price Parking that...
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O'Hare International Airport

A couple of things: 1) By O'Hare Airport Hotel I'm assuming you mean the Hilton Hotel which is actually within the O'Hare Airport complex. If not let me know. 2) Arrival via Amrtak at 4:00 p.m....
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Taxis

There are many Ways to get to/from Chicago to Ohare or Midway Airports and to get around Chicago. I have find out that if you need go place to place best way is to hop on a Cab for short trips. Cabby...
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METRA and South Shore Line (suburban rail network)

Here's an idea to save some $$ - particularly if you are coming to the city on a busy summer or fall weekend and the downtown hotels are booked up. In that case, Priceline or Hotwire or any other...
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CTA (city trains & buses, the EL)

Chicago has a great public transport system with the famous El (Elevated Train), tied-in underground/subway/metro lines, and buses. One can get individual rides or buy tickets for extended periods of...
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Greyhound/Megabus (U.S. bus system)

On the 11 trips me and my friend have accumulated, one was 3 hours late to the destination and another was 5 hours late. Both were due to mechanical problems with the bus. We contacted customer...
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Amtrak (U.S. train network)

Chicago is the central railroad hub of the US and pretty much all trains crossing through the region end in Chicago. This makes things more difficult if one is trying to cross the country or not going...
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Midway International Airport

One of the pleasures of visiting Chicago is that both of its airports are connected directly to the city's excellent rail transit system. At both places, just follow the signs for "CTA" after you pick...
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By bicycle or on foot

There are some very nice, scenic and awesome bike trails in Chicago Subs. Take a particular one starting at Milwaukee Avenue and Devon Avenue. You can take it all the way to beautiful Botanical...
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Airport Shuttles

Seriously DO NOT use this service (sad to say that it is the only shuttle service the city allows to/from the airports). Taxis cost only a bit more if you are traveling alone, and are cheaper if you...
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Boat Tours & Taxis

A great way to get around Chicago's River System is to use CHICAGO WATER TAXIS. I saw several when we were on our Boat Tour. They operate on the Chicago River, shuttling passengers between Madison...
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Carriage Rides

Chicago Horse and Carriage is very unreliable. I made a reservation with them as part of my engagement plans. The driver failed to show up and made us miss our dinner reservations. On top of it all,...
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Pedway

Once again taking the inimitable advice of our dear Dabs, the intrepid Beatchick sets out to follow the path of the Pedway but is flummoxed by closures. Basically, I tried to follow the tour Dabs...
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Top Hotels in Chicago

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108 E Superior St, Chicago, Illinois, 60611, United States
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10 S Wabash Ave, (formerly Crowne Plaza), Chicago, Illinois, 60603, United States
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20 East Delaware Place, Chicago, Illinois, 60611, United States
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21 E. Bellevue Place, 60611
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120 E. Delaware Pl., Chicago, Illinois, 60611, United States
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20 W Kinzie St, Chicago, Illinois, 60610, United States
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Top Things to Do in Chicago

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Field Museum of Natural History

I'll be honest after I got through with college I was sort of burned out on learning ... I thought this would be dull but it was fascinating and I was shocked that I spend 5 hours here and still...
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Millennium Park

Millennium Park ... love the fountain .. the bean .. the people watching .. never saw so many people doing selfies. some come for formal pics .. great place to hang out just watch people. Never got...
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Navy Pier

Another must see in Chicago. I like coming here when the weather is great .. I love the vibe and all the activity, Sometimes theres street performers which can be fun .. there are restaurants and...
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John Hancock Center

My husband was in town for a trade show tied up with work all day and most nights, At night he often had work dinner or to take customers out. He'd hosted a dinner for his biggest account here .....
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Michigan Avenue

There are 3 main areas for good shopping in Chicago: 1. The Loop/Downtown (State Street): mostly high street shops and department stores 2. The Magnificient Mile (Michigan av): more fancy shops...
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Willis Tower (Formerly Sears Tower)

I went to the observation deck I think it was '73-'74, When it was free ! There was quite a bit to look at(w/o my wifes' approval) The Playboy Mansion was quite visible to us(no screens yet), It was...
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"Captivating City of "The Big Shoulders": Chicago"
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"Never A Lovely So Real"
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"Chicago - My Favorite City in the United States!"
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