Frommer's Chicago with Kids, 4th Ed (Frommer's With Kids) by Laura Tiebert

By Laura Tiebert

Permit FROMMER'S express YOU the place your children CAN:Crawl within a coal mineWalk, rollerblade, motorbike, and picnic alongside Lake MichiganRoot, root, root for the house teamCruise the waterways on a pirate boatSpend an exciting evening on the theaterDevour a Chicago crimson scorching or a slice of deep-dish pizzaPLUS necessary shuttle TIPS:Age levels for every allure and activityHotels that provide cribs and rollaway bedsA whole rundown on eating places with young children' menusShopping for every thing from child booties to blues musicA Chicago parent's phrases of knowledge on security within the urban

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Avoid giving y oung childr en gum or hard candies, since sudden turbulence may cause them to choke. • If your children are very young, bring pacifiers. The act of sucking will keep their ears clear. By the same logic, takeoff and landing are the perfect times for feedings. Your kids will be distracted from the deafening cabin noise, and their ears will pop mor e easily. If your schedule won ’t allo w this, tr y placing drops of water on an infant’s tongue, to facilitate swallo wing. D on’t forget to pack bottles and extra milk or formula as well, as these are unavailable on most aircraft.

O’Hare has information booths in all five terminals, most located on the baggage lev el. The multilingual personnel, who are outfitted in r ed jackets, can assist travelers with ev erything fr om arranging ground transportation to getting informa2 tion about local hotels. The booths also offer a plethora of useful tourism br ochures. The booths, labeled airpor t informa tion, ar e open daily from 9am to 8pm. On the opposite end of the city , the southwest side, is Chicago ’s other major airport, Midway (& 773/838-0600).

Late October. N OVEMBER The Big Top, United Center, 1901 W. Madison S t. ( & 312/455-4500); and the Allstate Arena, 6920 N. , R osemont ( & 847/635-6601). This is the month that Ringling B ros. and B arnum & B ailey comes to Chicago to set up its tent. Tickets are available fr om Ticketmaster ( & 312/5591212). Throughout November. State S treet Thanksgiving P arade (& 312/781-5681) is an annual ev ent that takes place on Thanksgiving morning beginning at 8:30am. The parade marches up State Street, from Congress to Randolph.

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