Lives in Chicago, Illinois
Since Jul 2011
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Architectural Buildings, Observation Decks & Towers, Points of Interest & Landmarks
This is a small place but has a great breakfast. One thing Chicago is known for is it's food and the different varieties of it.
This is a landmark of Chicago. It's fun to see and it is mesmerizing.
This street could be considered the heart of the city. It is where everyone likes to walk, many of the big stores are located here, and it's a good street to use as a point of reference.
This is one of the best Museum's Chicago has. It's a bit removed from the city to the south. But I would suggest you come here than go the the museums that are right next to the city.
This is one of the most famous art institutes in the world. It is a very large institute and a landmark of Chicago. Many different art pieces travel through here and many are housed here.
This use to be the tallest building in the world. But it's still one of the tallest. Formally known as the Sears Tower, it has a nice observation deck that lets you look down from under your feet. And of course, it is one of Chicago's landmarks.
This is one of the best brunch places in Chicago. This location in particular is on the south end of Michigan ave. Decently south. A short bus ride. They're Red Velvet French Toast is the best I've had. They have a great variety and portions are large.
Best deep dish in Chicago. This place might be a little hard to get to, but it's worth it. They do a something special to the crust to make the pizza taste good. This place is a Chicagoan's place to go besides Giordano's.
For the tourist, this is a great way to see the architecture and the city skyline from lake. They will take you throughout the Chicago river and take you out to Lake Michigan.