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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.
Our last day in Chicago :( We have had such a wonderful time here. We woke up leisurely and wandered downstairs to grab a coffee before packing up. After packing was complete we visited our favourite tea shop again for a last sparkling tea (addiction is growing stronger!) and one of Stan's amazing, home cooked doughnuts for the flight. I chose lemon pistachio this time and Dave had a blueberry ...... Mmmmmmmmm! We knew there was a disruption to ...
... line we realise it does a big loop and goes for the airport to the city and back out to suburbs east of the airport and ours is one of this end suburbs and the green line is actually closer to where we are staying than the blue line oops now what have we done! We change trains in the city taking at least four or five escalators up and down to get to our next train and jump on for another half hour train ride, we certainly are learning about travelling :) We ...
... artefacts from the Near East, which I remembered from my student days. Some wonderful Assyrian reliefs, charming 3rd millennium statuettes and a massive statue of Tutankhamen. Hardly a soul there! I found my way back to Oak Park alright and had a pleasant evening chatting away, and tried to drink a little less of the quaffable white. I loved Chicago! There's so much to see and it's more compact and less noisy than NYC. Bill and Eva were generous hosts and their children sweet. I must ...
Woke up early and said my goodbyes. I felt quite emotional leaving. Pierrette and I had really gelled and we'd had some great conversations over the breakfast table. The plane was small, the flight attendant bored, the view of Chicago flying in impressive. And O'Hare airport massive. The opinionated taxi driver quizzed me quite a bit and approved of the address! I was met by the nanny Melissa and we had a good chat. Lovely ...
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