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Old 06-22-2006, 10:50 AM   #21
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I think you are in Rosemont, which is basically an area that was built because of the airport and is nothing but hotels and convention stuff.

If you get a CTA pass, go into town and go to the Art Institute or the Shedd Aquarium or walk down Michigan Avenue or go to the Navy Pier.

The Burghoff might still be open (I was lat there in January and it was scheduled to close) for German food. Very famous but a bit touristy.

If you use the car -- see suggestions above.

P.S. I go to Chicago all the time, as that's where my family is from and they lose my luggage I am guessing 40% of the time, no matter what airline I fly.

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Old 06-22-2006, 09:18 PM   #22
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Goose Island beer!! THe best! Get some and get it NOW! Actually goto the bar if you are in Chi-town. Its a MUST! Many people over look it. But, like seeing a beautiful woman, so you should be at Goose Island Pub.

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Old 06-26-2006, 01:37 PM   #23
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polish food

Go to the deli's get fresh polish sausage, it is the best.
Most deli's have it and don't forget priogies. We actually
have polish food shipped to us in Kansas City from Chicago,
both my husband's parents are from Chicago the best Polish
food ever.

I used to travel in sales Chicago was one of my favorite places to
go because of all the wonderful and different dishes to try.

Have fun

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