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... was surprisingly on and Jason's was off we eventually found our way to the magnificent mile which is Chicago's shopping strip of note. There were a lot of runners around with their medallions and we made our way to grant park where the finish was. A very green park with a notable feature 'the bean' - see photos. Millennium monument as well - a very nice city was revealing herself as we made our way through the day. Shopping was a little underwhelming although we both made ...
... seeing the shirts there, but I couldn't remember packing them. After an hour of driving we stopped at Aztalan which I had been so excited to see and I checked my luggage. Sure enough the shirts were missing. Despite the fact I could have sworn I had checked every single drawer somehow I had missed one. It was my t-shirt from Phantom ...
Another late night after our walk but we had eaten before the walk this time so did not have to find dinner at 9 o'clock. Chicago goes to sleep at night. Where we are staying is just out of the office district and has a few things open till about 10.00. The Loop area closes down about 9.30 with a couple places staying open a little later. Across the river to the north is more residential with the commercial, so more places stay open longer. But it is not a 24 hour city.
Saturday morning in Chicago and the US is having a Memorial Day long weekend. We decide to jump on the Open top bus tours . Starting at the HardRock Cafe in River North drive past the sky deck entrance at the Willis Tower (Seers tower) - these are actually glass ledges that protrude from the building on the top floor. We decide to get off at Millennium Park and check out the attractions such as the The Bean and the Gardens. The bean ...
... us into the Hilton at the O'Hare airport and we did not even have to exit the building, there was an underground passage to the hotel. We were soon checked in and decided we needed a bite of real food and maybe a glass of wine, after all today is STILL Valentines day, same as it was 30 hours ago when we started this journey.
I was doubly excited by getting to see some of the Olympic coverage for the first time this biennial. Skeleton sledding is so much fun.