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The Magnificent Mile is one of the great avenues of the world and is at the center of all that makes Chicago an international destination. One of the top 10 hospitality, dining and retail destinations in the world, with endless shopping...more
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Let's face it. Therapy, in all its forms, is expensive. At the conclusion of a retail therapy session, you might still have your baggage but at least you can have a smashing outfit, too! And Chicago's Magnificent Mile will never remind you when your hour...More
Really a fascinating mile of different kinds of shop where you may exactly find anything for shopping. In the summer, you can witness performance of varieties in the street. A good idea to take the time out
Whatever you want you will find it somewhere on the magnificent mile.
A great surprise was a pop up shop inside the apple store of a “FRIENDS” cafe.
Sent pictures home to the envy of many in the family.
Beside Macy’s is an excellent mall...More
The Magnificent Mile has quite a bit of high end shopping and some wonderful architecture. There’s a number of pizza places nearby. There were a few panhandlers as would be expected in a tourist area, but it wasn’t excessive.
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There are two airports serving Chicago: O'Hare and Midway with O'Hare being the major one so I assume that is the airport you are referring to. It will take you slightly over an hour to get to Michigan Avenue. The Chicago... More
There are two airports serving Chicago: O'Hare and Midway with O'Hare being the major one so I assume that is the airport you are referring to. It will take you slightly over an hour to get to Michigan Avenue. The Chicago Transit Authority has a site where you can enter a starting point and a destination and it will tell you what L train to take which is the Blue Line. I was going to give you the link but TA won't allow it so just do a search. It will also show you what station to get off at. You are going to have about a 5 minute walk to the station at the airport and then another 15 minute walk once you get downtown.