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Chicago Skyline

Sears Tower - 1451 ft.
Until Taipei 101 was topped out in 2004, the Sears Tower held title to the world's highest roof and highest occupied floor.The two antennae on the roof give the tower the highest "tip height" of any skyscraper in the world.

Chicago Hilton & Towers - (Extreme Left) Chicago's most expensive hotel room is the Conrad Hilton Suite on floors 29-30, which costs over $5000 per night. Guests have included Presidents Reagan, Clinton, and both Bushes; Tony Blair, Alan Greenspan, Luciano Pavarotti, Ray Charles, Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Cher, James Earl Jones, and John Travolta.

Millennium Park

The mission of creating new parkland in Grant Park to transform the unsightly railroad tracks and parking lots that had long dotted the lakefront was conceived in 1997.

Among Millennium Park's prominent features are the Frank Gehry designed Jay Pritzker Pavilion, an outdoor concert venue, the interactive Crown Fountain by Jaume Plensa; the Lurie Garden, and Anish Kapoor's Cloud Gate sculpture known as the bean.

Millennium Park
Shea's Museum

Bill Shea's Route 66 Museum

Originally Shea's was a working gas station and garage but over the years something wonderful happened. It became a monument to Route 66 and those wonderful old time gas stations that once lined America's highways in the pre-Interstate era. Stop in, sit awhile, and visit with Bill himself.

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