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Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park
200 North Columbus Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60601
Phone: (312) 565 -8000

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Monday
Light showers. Broken clouds. Cool.
60/54 °F
16/13°C
Tuesday
Mostly sunny. Cool.
64/53 °F
18/12°C
Wednesday
Scattered clouds. Cool.
66/54 °F
19/12°C
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Chicago has it all. History. Style. Culture. A thriving nightlife, world-class museums, fascinating shops, and five-star restaurants. It's the birthplace of skyscrapers, and its towering skyline boasts the 110-story Willis Tower (formerly Sears Tower). Its downtown "Loop" serves as the headquarters for major US companies and commodity markets. In short, Chicago has elevated rails and underground clubs; it's got zoos and blues. Even the sports are legendary.
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It was in 1871 that fire ravaged Chicago, destroying more than 17,000 buildings, leaving more than 100,000 people homeless and killing 250. It should come as no surprise that Engine Company 98 was the first firehouse in the US equipped with a pole for firemen to slide down. Originally made of wood, the pole was eventually made of brass to avoid painful splinters.

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