City Walk is a really cool place. You'll find restaurants, shops, a movie theater and more. Its a really great place to hang out and waste time or to walk through while you're visiting Orlando. They even have bands perform here and have other special events sometimes. I'd suggest that you stop in if you're going to Universal Studios or are in Orlando.
Disneyworld is amazing! There is so much to see and do that you'll have to give yourself multiple days. There are rides for all ages and good food too. Make sure that you check out Epcot center as well and the Universal Studios parks while you're in Orlando. They sell discount ticket packages that can really save you money.
Navy pier is the ultimate tourist trap. Somehow, it has become a must-see for all tourists, while there really isn't anything interesting there. The only thing worth visiting for is the view of the city. The rest is made up of small stores, fast food and a couple of bad amusement rides. If you plan on going, don't plan on staying long because there are much more interesting, historical, or fun things to do in Chicago.
The Sears Tower is the tallest building in Chicago, and it has a great view. I prefer the view from the Hancock building, however. While both give you a very panoramic view of Chicago and surrounding areas, the Hancock building gives you a better perspective on downtown Chicago and other areas. Either way, make sure if you're visiting Chicago that you go up in one of the two towers because its a view to remember.
While it isn't the tallest building in Chicago, the Hancock building has the best view in my opinion. You can see the rest of downtown, including the Sears Tower, the waterfront and navy pier, and so much more. On a clear day, you can see different states. If you want to get a good view, spend our money here. Also, if you get a CityPass, a trip to the top is included.
I have friends who go here and I have visited several times. This school is serious about teaching the Bible. No matter what your major, you basically double major in Bible studies. There are a lot of rules like a curfew for underclassmen, but they have their reasons. Also, tuition at Moody is free. The only thing you pay for is room and board. Its right in the middle of Chicago and an awesome experience for students.
No matter how many times you go to Disneyland, there's always something special about coming back. There are so many rides that appeal to all different age groups and the atmosphere is unmatchable. If you haven't been, its a must for everyone. Just make sure to buy discount tickets or get a package multi-day deal because its expensive now.
These apartments are really modern and nice. The street they're on isn't very nice (in Lake City), but the complex itself is really secure and nice. The inside of the apartments are new and well decorated. The neighborhood surrounding is colorful. You'll find a Dick's two blocks away and a bunch of other restaurants close by. The apartments have a fitness center that's pretty nice and have a couple of restaurants built-in to the first floor.
These apartments are now being turned into condos and I guess they've received an overhaul. My experience was that the apartments were pretty nice. Nothing luxury, but they were above average. The only bad part was the neighbors and neighborhood. Renton is pretty slummy in some places, and while this complex is in a decent part of town, the people living there are the type that will spend more money on a pimped-out Escalade than their home. And they'll show it off by playing their stereo all night. Do some research if you decide to live in the area.
This is a nice place to hang out or study. They have free wireless, coffee and places to sit. They sell books, but I'd say that if you're looking for books, you might want to go to Henderson books down the block. They have a much larger selection. The atmospere at the Cozy Corner is very nice and would be a nice alternative to the usual study spots.