Chicago's appeal is completely understandable. Nearby is a
between the maize fields and the Michigan lake, this fast-paced
an action-packed city full of excitement. Winter is cold, but the summers
is hot and fun. In Chicago, you have to do more than just someone
in full life.
But for travelers who are interested in visiting Chicago's favorite locations
Residents eyes, please read on.
Signing Room in Hancock Tower – Top of the Hancock Tower
One of Chicago's most amazing views. The Sears Tower can be
may be higher, but Hancock is closer to the lake and offers views of the Sears Tower
yourself. Pull out the observation deck and place the Signature Room. you
can run into local Chicago where prices are fairly reasonable.
Beverages are similar in price to other lounges, so a night cap is always fun,
but dinner will come back fairly. The restaurant is actually on one floor
the auditorium, so you can enjoy the wonderful view while eating and drinking.
Location: Michigan Ave
Chicago Blues and Jazz – Chicago has long been known at home
among the world's best blues and jazz musicians. This fact has become apparent
non-music lovers of the 70s and 80s with classic movies like Blues Brothers
and Adventure in Babysitting. For a music fan, a Chicago trip is incomplete
without having a good blues or jazz experience. There are many versions of blues
clubs in the South Side and jazz clubs such as the Green Mill at Uptown,
which is said to have been celebrated by Al Capone and other Chicago celebrities. But if
is in the city, look at the Chicago Blues Fest early June. Another summer
music festivals include the Chicago Jazz Festival, the Chicago Gospel Music Festival and
more. Location: Green Mill is located on 4802 N. Broadway Ave.
Tru Restaurant – Charlie Trotter's restaurant named after him
in the United States and the world as the best place for multipurpose
tasting menu. But locals know that the well-known and emerging restaurants beat
Tru Restaurant. The four-day visit includes up to 12 courses with all members
of the party receiving the various elections. Wow! One imagined how cooks can
might keep it, but you will never be disappointed with your 3 hour meal
the waiting staff or cook. Location: 696 St. St. Clair St.
Chicago Museum Tour – Chicago has the best museums
country. One of the most beautiful and large collections of the Art Institute
world. Walk in the museum on Tuesday when the holiday is free
(though donations have always been recommended) and if you are a movie fan, remember
the Ferris Bueller walk. But the Art Institute is not the only great museum
Chicago. The Museum of Science and Industry is a great museum where it can be
is actually walking a foot, and of course the Field Museum is home to Sue's
The largest T-Rex skeleton in the world. The Chicago Architecture Tour
Continues in the 1800's and today. If you want to walk and see the great architecture
Chicago is a valuable place for more than a day. You can start with the famous
Frank Lloyd Wright Buildings (look at Unity Temple at 875 Lake St) and
Louis Sullivan (Visit the flagship of the famous Carson Pirie Scott flag State of St). THE
Monadnock and Mies van der Rohe post are also worth a visit. Some
modern masterpieces, visit the Illinois Institute of Technology campus for Man &
Crown Hall, Rem Koolhaas Campus Center and Helmut Jahn's new Dorms. Visit
The Millennium Park is worth a trip where you can see Gehry's one of the latest and
soon by adding Renzo Piano to the Art Institute.
Chicago is home to the most prestigious city dwellers. And no wonder
Why are there so many attractions in Chicago? Check out the favorite tourist sites,
but if you're interested in seeing some of your favorite Chicago sites, check it out
from the list above and see what's really special about Chicago.
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