One of, if not the, most notable tourist attraction in the city of Chicago. Standing at 1,450 ft. it is home to the former record holder of tallest skyscraper in the country and offers the most compelling views of the entire city.
On State Street, that great street, I just want to say
They do things that they never do on Broadway - Frank Sinatra
If your thinking about traveling to State St. you may want to catch the CTA train (Red Line preferably) and explore the mass amenities that this city has to offer.
You want to take a break from the towering abyss of the city, stop by the beach adjacent to Loyola University of Chicago and unwind. That sailboat in the horizon is about to dock, hop on as we search for some fine Windy City cuisine.
Bow your heads. Close your eyes. Devour.
If Rome wasn't built in a day, neither was Portillo's. One hotdog changed the landscape of Chicago food culture. This empire has no plans of slowing down.
Big Apple Pancake House, where $12 gets you a long way. Let's just say you have to leave with a carry-out bag.
When the sun goes down and the lights come on, that is when she is at her finest.
Chicago is the third largest city in the country, as you can see, which is why I can't show you the entire city in a slide show. If you care to return one day, I can show you what the entire city has to offer. Come back soon!