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Welcome to the Midwest
Transcript of Welcome to the Midwest
Want to explore more about the making of The Gateway Arch? (Watch from the beginning of this video to 7:30) Here is another link for fun if you want to learn more http://www.history.com/topics/us-states/missouri/videos/inside-the-gateway-arch
The Farm State of Iowa
Welcome to Dodge City,
Kansas! (2:01, 5:00)
South Dakota, Mount Rushmore
(3:57, 4:38, silent -construction)
The Great Arch, St. Louis, Missouri
Extra information- digging deeper!
Crazy Horse Monument 2:00
Crazy Horse Monument (5:23)
Soo Locks, Sault Ste. Marie Michigan
1. Time Lapse video- :54
2: Dock Hand Video -5:13
3: Locks open up! 2:34
Motor City, Detroit, Michigan
1. Past Assembly line (1:36)
2. Henry Ford 100 years later (2:37)
Chicago O'Hare International Airport (1:25)
Chicago Wrigley Field
1. History 1:57
2.Babe Ruth Called Shot 3:03
Mall of America, Minnesota
1. Mall of America Top 10
2. Ice Castle (1:08)
3. Overview of Mall
Thanks for flying with us! See you in the Northeast!
Fun Facts About O'Hare International Airport
The Chicago airport is the third busiest airport in the world, with millions of people passing through its gates every year.
O'Hare International Airport spansalmost 7,000 acres, and has four terminals with 192 gates.
There are 37 different airlines that operate out of O'Hare International.
O'Hare International Airport provides direct service to more than 60 international destinations and offers hourly nonstop service to major US cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Dallas, Washington DC, Detroit, Atlanta, and Minneapolis
On loan from the Chicago Field Museum, the four story Brachiosaurus Dinosaur skeleton is truly a sight to behold. It is located in the B concourse of Terminal 1 in Chicago O'Hare, and is a big hit with both kids and adults.
There are also more than 100 different retail shops and restaurants that are located throughout the Chicago airport's four terminals
Here are 9 Things You Didn't Know About the Soo!