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"I wish there is a stop to tke picture from the top on the Michigan Lake and Chicago"
reviewed 24 March 2020 by O6378WFannag
Built by the City of Chicago in 1958, the Chicago Skyway Toll Bridge (also known as the “Skyway”) is a 7.8-mile-long toll road that connects the Indiana Toll Road to the Dan Ryan Expressway on Chicago's South Side.
AMAZING VIEW FROM THERE!
The very idea and history of what george Pullman did is amazing and important. So I was hoping to go inside all the buildings. Maybe someday in the future that we possible. For now they are trying to preserve and restore that which was neglected. Take the time to let sink in who this man was and what he did....
Loved visiting the National Shrine of St. Jude. It was a beautiful experience. It was so calming and spiritual I didn't want to leave. St. Jude has answered many prayers for me and I am so eternally grateful to him so this trip to the church was to give thanks. the shrine was breathtaking. The gift shop has quite a...
Beautiful and large Park right at the end of Chicago and on the boarder of Illinois state as well (with Indiana).
Even if it is located nearby the steel industry buildings it still have amazing views on the lake Michigan. Plenty of parking even in the summer.
"If it's good enough for James Beard, how can you complain?"
reviewed 19 November 2019 by Taylor B
Calumet Fisheries was established in 1948 and has been operated skillfully and successfully by the Kotlick and Toll families ever since. It's a bare-bones seafood shack with no seating and no bathrooms serving house-smoked fish, fried seafood platters and sides. Most patrons eat their orders in parked cars or take it home. Located at 3259 East 95th Street in Chicago's...
Popcorn combination you never would imagine coming together. So many choices you can not make-up your mind. The three blend mix is always a good choice. If you have the time to wait in the always long lines stop by.
Went to celebrate mom's 92nd birthday. Mom loves frog legs and they had them here.
Also, on or around your birthday you get your age as a percent off your meal. Mom got the Hungryman Frog Legs. Cost was $1.50, My brother and his wife got Fried chicken. My daughter had lake perch which see loved and crab cakes, which...
"meet up for coffee and then lunch after the tour"
reviewed 17 October 2019 by Shelli W
Nice! small and cozy, limited menu and service was slow, but food was good and it met our needs perfectly! Convenient to the monument. Street parking plentiful and we were comfortable with that. While we were there several of the local park rangers came in as well as a manager from the National Park Service so we got to ask...
Taurus is and has been closed since the middle of summer 2019 due to a car running up inside of the building. So it is closed due to structure damage. Can't wait for them to re-open, and soon I hope.