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There's so much to do and see in Chicago. The windy city has it all... great shopping, superb restaurants, sizzling entertainment and so much more. Chicago truly is a world class city. There's no better way to experience the town than in the back of a stretch limousine... actually I prefer a Chicago SUV Limo myself. SUV Limos are probably the most comfortable way to travel. I like them because you don't have to crawl over people to move around. They hold anywhere from 12-18 passengers. They cost a little bit more than standard limos but they are well worth it. SUV Limos are especially nice for larger groups. Popular Chicago Limos include the Cadillac Escalade Limo, Excursion Limo, and the Hummer Limousine.

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If your in town on business and flying in or out of O'Hare International Airport and need a Chicago Airport Limousine or ground transportation to ORD you might want to consider a 6 passenger limousine, sedan, or airport shuttle to get you to where you have to go. Keep in mind Chicago O'Hare Airport handles more passengers than any other airport in the world. It's a very hectic, busy airport so it's a good idea to arrange for a car service in advance. Don't depend on an a limousine just sitting there waiting for you at the curb when you arrive. And who wants to waste their time standing in long taxi lines just to end up in a dirty, smelly cab. Taxi cabs can sometimes end up costing more than if you rented a limo. With a little planning you will be arriving in style without breaking the bank. Click here for a complete directory of Limousine Services in Chicago.


Windy City Trivia (taken from

Chicago's McCormick Place is the largest convention center in North America at 2.2 million square feet.

The first Ferris Wheel made its debut in Chicago in 1893 at the World's Columbian Exposition.

Hugh Hefner started "Playboy" magazine in 1953. The first issue sold for fifty cents and featured Marilyn Monroe.

The term "Jazz" was coined in Chicago in 1914. The city's native musicians included band leader Benny Goodman and drummer Gene Krupa.

Frank Sinatra introduced the song "My Kind of Town (Chicago Is)" in the 1964 Warner Brothers musical "Robin and the Seven Hoods." The song was voted best motion picture song of 1964 by the All American Press Association.

Founded in 1848, The Chicago Board of Trade is the world's oldest and largest futures and options exchange.

The world's largest gum manufacturer, William Wrigley, Jr. Company, produces more than 20 million packages a day. It was also the first U.S. manufacturer to give its employees Saturdays and Sundays off of work.