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Lyndsay had to work, but Kelly took off work to be our tour guide.
We rode the Ell into Chi Town, getting off close to the art museum.
We found the Buckingham fountain, only to find it was not running. :(. Maybe next time.
On to Millennium Park we viewed the Jay Pritzker Pavilion outdoor concert pavilion. Since it was warm partly cloudy day, there were many people soaking it up.
After a twelve hour flight from Tel Aviv to JFK and another two hour flight from JFK to O'Hare, we are home, a little jet-lagged, but home. Home is sweet. Worship with God's people at Oak Glen tonight was led by Dr. Kloosterman ... it's good to be home. In God's providence, we sang, "Jerusalem, the Golden" tonight during the song service. How fitting and meaningful!! It was so great to see Jerusalem ...
... through the line for an hour all the while trying to contact United via the phone or the website. Eventually we received and E-Mail announcing we had been re-booked... for 3 days from now... that was not going to fly.
I contacted my credit card company to check if I had any flight insurance and thank goodness, I did. They said they would pay for a hotel room and a rental car or anything else I needed up to $500. Fantastic. I called Enterprise and booked ...
... sametime, a glass floor viewing platform. Rox and I were amazed by this feature as these little glass pods stuck out into the sky from beside the building. Clearly engineers had taken out the original window and fitted these huge glass platforms to give visitors a cool thrill. We patiently waited our turn and the first to step out was Rox who tentitively tiptoed out and gasped at how far up we were. The ground was soooo far away and could be seen right below our feet. I ...
... into the city by 9am. Michelle lead us on a walking tour through Chicago we saw the Chicago Board of trade, the Art Institute, Millennium Park- with its beautiful gardens and cloud gate a jelly bean like mirror reflecting sculpture, Hotel Burnham, the Monument with standing beast, the Wrigley building and Tribune Tower before stopping in at a dive bar the Billy Goat Tavern for a pint and a good look at all the Cubs memorabilia.
Followed by a belly filling deep dish pizza at ...
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