Top Ten Reasons to Come to the LLLI Conference Early
LLLI Conference Team
From: LEAVEN, Vol. 36 No. 5, October-November 2000, p. 105
10. Unpack at your leisure, explore the Chicago Hilton and Towers and its magnificent environs, swim in the indoor pool, try out the fitness center.
9. Take a one block walk to view the kaleidoscope of colors displayed nightly at the legendary Buckingham Fountain located in Grant Park.
8. Delight your palate at one of Navy Pier's many fine restaurants or whirl around the gigantic Ferris Wheel.
7. Dab on suntan lotion and explore one of the many Lake Michigan beaches or just sit outside the Planetarium and watch the sailboats glide by.
6. Discover the area around the hotel: you can attend a theater production, listen to a major symphony, view paintings by the world's greatest artists, delight at dolphins romping in the water, watch baby chicks hatch, or watch the stars dance across the ceiling of a room. *
5. Windowshop down the Magnificent Mile of Michigan Avenue or take the courtesy bus to major department stores downtown.
4. Zoom up the elevator of the Sears Tower and enjoy a panoramic, breath- taking view of the city by the lake.
3. Browse the Exhibit Hall before the crowds are there. You'll meet interesting people and explore new ideas. While you're there, leaf through the latest books on parenting, nutrition, and other topics of interest at the LLL bookstore. Prepare to be impressed by the inspiring displays in the poster session area.
2. Sail away on the Alumnae Cruise, and enjoy a delicious dinner, listen to a delightful musical review, and marvel at the magnificent view of the Chicago skyline.
1. Come early to renew old friendships, welcome the new, and relax in the cocoon of an LLL world, before, during, and after the LLLI Conference, July 7-10, 2001, Chicago Hilton and Towers, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
*The Auditorium Theater, the Goodman Theater, the Shubert Theater Orchestra Hall, the Art Institute, the SheddAquarium, the Field Museum, and the Adler Planetarium are all within a ten minute walk of the hotel.
Who Is Sue?
Come to Chicago to meet Sue. She is 42 feet (12.8 meters) long and is 13 feet (4 meters) tall at her hips. She has 58 teeth. Her skull is 5 feet (1.5 meters) long, but her brain cavity would barely hold a quart (1.1 liters) of liquid. Sue is the largest, most complete, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex on display anywhere in the world. When she was alive, her home was near Faith, South Dakota, USA.
Her home is now the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Visit Sue at the museum's web site, www.fieldmuseum.org or better yet visit Sue when you come to Chicago, Illinois, USA to attend LLLI's 17th Breastfeeding Conference: A Kaleidoscope of Families, Friends and Cultures, July 7 - 10, 2001 at the Chicago Hilton and Towers.