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Three Great Things about Illinois
Illinois has the fifth highest population in the United States. The state is an unequivocal opponent of homogeneity-- the economy ranges through a wide spectrum of backgrounds; there is poverty and wealth, agriculture and the industrial, the rural and the metropolis. It cannot be pigeonholed into one restrictive category; there are so many facets, it's like a collection of complex networks. Its multifariousness could make it a singular country, separated from the United States; that is the beauty of it. Illinois, the Land of Lincoln, has many wonderful things to offer; here are the top three.
1. Illinois Business Long Distance Call Plans
You might be a bit befuddled as to the rational for placing this first on the list of benefits. Phone call rates can, over time, bankrupt your pockets. Before you know it, you can dish out thousands upon thousands just for making long distance calls. Luckily, if you have a business, there is a savior raining down from the financial heavens, in the form of a long distance plan. The common rates are only a few cents a minute. The best long distance providers allow the customers to modify the plan to the benefit of their needs. This is simply a must have for a business, small or large.
Yes, the Windy City. The golden cradle of the cool, the hip-ness, the soul (I.e American jazz and blues.) The modern economic and technological powerhouse. The quintessential metropolis. The finest representation of America's cosmopolitanism. Still unconvinced? Need I say more? Chicago, though it has some flaws (there is not a place in the world without a blemish), the city is one of the greatest of the world. It's Illinois most prized possession. It's one of America's greatest baseball cities (The Cubs and White Sox); the birthplace of basketball's most dazzling dynasty (Michael Jordan's reign with the Bulls); hosts an avid football fan base (the Chicago Bears.) The Art Institute of Chicago, a superb art museum that has pieces as old as five thousand years, is here. Millennium Park, the city's beating heart, is a garden of architectural innovation that will inspire awe in the casual civilian. There's the family fun of the Navy Pier. Oh, don't fail to remember this gastronomical monument: the Deep Dish Pizza. Without this, the Windy City is incomplete.
Illinois is not called the Land of Lincoln for nothing. Springfield, Illinois is where Lincoln became Lincoln. It was where he lived before he moved into the Whitehouse. It was where he grew into prominence. Visiting Springfield is great for being historically significant. There is the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, and the Lincoln Home National Historic site. These offer great learning opportunities.
All in all, Illinois is a state that provides many choices. Whether you want the city or the country side, there is something for you here.
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