Wednesday, June 11, 2014

An Amazing Conservatory at the Garfield Park

If you are planning a visit to Chicago, then do take some time off to visit the Garfield Park located at the East Garfield Park neighborhood on the west side of Chicago. Designed by William LeBaron Jenney as a pleasure ground, this park is one of the oldest of the three great original Chicago West Side Parks - the Humboldt ParkGarfield Park, and Douglas Park.
Should charter bus visitors visit the Garfield Park Conservatory when at the park. It is one of the largest conservatories in the United States. Referred to as a “landscape art under glass”, it features a whole lot of permanent plant exhibits from all around the world.
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Thursday, March 27, 2014

Spring Festivals in Chicago

There is always plenty of stuff to do whenever you make a visit to a place like Chicago because there is something for everyone here. A popular time to give us a call for a Chicago charter bus and make a quick trip over would be March when the weather is mild and festivals like the annual St. Patrick’s Day Downtown Parade is happening.
St. Patrick’s day is not the only reason to stop by for a visit, here are some other festivals that goes on on a regular basis that you might want to check out and be a part of.
  • River Dyeing
  • Navy Pier’s Chicago Flower and Garden Show
  • Chicago International Art, Antique and Jewelry Show
  • C2E2: Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo
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Monday, February 3, 2014

Governor’s Island, a Treasure Trove of Interesting Information for Kids

If you are an educator, a parent or a teacher who is looking out for historically-significant places in New York City, the city that never sleeps, we would like to point out that New York’s Governors Island is an incredibly educational place to bring the kids.

Refreshing changes made to Governors Island over the years

Small island strategically located slightly more than half a mile from the south of Manhattan Island and a little way away from downtown Brooklyn, the 172-acre Governors Island is legally a rather huge part of Manhattan neighborhood. The island has undergone a lot of changes, naturally and through state efforts, over the years so, the island would have many new things for visitors to learn, experience and explore now than ever before.
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