I recently visited Chicago and was very impressed with what I saw.
As I was wandering around, I spotted several restaurants and hotels with unique and fun names.
They included: “The Original” by Paul Bunyan (with its “Kettle Falls” sign), the “The Laundromat” by John D. Rockefeller (a laundry and a soap shop), “The Creme De Cacao” by Frank Lloyd Wright (a coffee and coffee shop) and “The Grand” by Charles Dickens (a hotel and hotel-like restaurant).
It was all a lot of fun to visit and explore.
The hotels and restaurants featured prominently in my photos, but the most popular and popular places to see in Chicago are not the best.
I am not a hotel or restaurant expert, so I am not qualified to tell you which of these restaurants and other tourist attractions are the best for your trip.
I know it is easier to visit a restaurant and have a good time, so that is my goal when I plan my trip to Chicago.
What I learned: Restaurants and hotels are best to visit when: It is hot and humid, with good air circulation.
Hot water is available.
It is dark, so you don’t need to worry about people being rude.
The food is good and fresh.
It has a fun atmosphere and fun activities.
If you are planning to visit more than one place, choose the most fun, enjoyable and affordable.