Rockefeller, the CTA's blue line station's last stop is directly under Terminal 2 at O'Hare. This will get you into the Loop via the Dearborn Street subway. If you are staying at hotels near the airport, there's a good chance you'll be near the next station on the line (Rosemont).Rockefeller said:I'm thinking of doing a road trip to Chicago, primarily to see the skyline and appreciate the architecture. Anyone know how tranportation is like to/from downtown to O"hare. I'd be staying at an airport hotel cuz they are cheaper, but i'm obviously not going to visit an airport
If this is the case, be sure to check out Oak St. between Michigan and State. Very cool stores.hydrogen said:Make sure to stroll up/down the Magnificent Mile. If you like to shop then be careful. I've seen many women there enter into bizarre trance-like states, walk around as if driven by some invisible force and spend large sums of money, only to emerge hours later, disheveled and ensconced in shopping bags, wondering what happened to them.
Wouldn't take Oshkeoto's advice on that one cause the Pad Thai at My Thai will make you throw up, and that happened to me right before a performance.oshkeoto said:Go to My Thai on South Michigan Avenue in the Loop for Golden Noodle Soup, which is so good it will make you cry.