Not that long ago, Chicago was home to the world famous stockyards where an enormous number of cattle, pigs and other ... More
Not that long ago, Chicago was home to the world famous stockyards where an enormous number of cattle, pigs and other creatures were slaughtered. Today, the stockyards are gone, but its ghost lingers. This part of the river was used as a dumping ground for unused carcasses, diseased animals and the like. As the bodies, they sent up gas, causing the river to bubble, thus the name "bubbly creek." To this day, the river still bubbles.
Enjoy outdoor theater as only Chicago can do it. Located in Lincoln Park, yards from Lake Michigan, this summer theater
dates back to 1942, when it featured amateur productions. It now boasts encore performances by some of the city's ...
The BEST WESTERN PLUS River North is the only downtown Chicago hotel with free parking, and you will be in
the heart of the city, near many attractions, such as the Chicago Business District and Navy Pier.Its newly renovated, ...
The best way to enjoy the sights around Chicago River is by foot. Walk along the promenade, from the south
shore to the Lakefront Bike Path along with a number of other walkers. If you get hungry or thirsty ...
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