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Up early to pack and get over to Wicker Park ..took all luggage over to I & J's hostel there. Then walkabout there to Quimby's excellent bookstore for a last batch of zine buying . We grabbed a last Native Foods brunch, watched a bit of baseball ...
... get down to the actual stadium. Wrigley Field was built in 1914 as the home of the Federal League Chicago Whales, and it's been the home of the Cubs since 1916. It also housed the Chicago Bears from 1921 to 1970.
Wrigley definitely needs a facelift. It feels very much like a 100+ year-old ballpark that has gone through an expansion or two. There is something to be said for a modern ballpark. The seats were in ...
... order and bring it back. We spoke to the concierge and he gave us directions to Lou Malnati's pizzeria. After getting him to draw a map - too many verbal left there, right there's for our tipsy/tired minds to cope with. Making our way there - we tried 'going in to the map' but really couldn't figured out which way to go. Vicki finally figured out how the river looked on the map in relation to where we were and headed in to ...
... the pavement itself
and so, the Route 66 Experience continues....
on through the Corn Belt
... thing we discovered (as if Wall Drug wasn't enough), was that the local swimming pool closes the day after the school holidays finish. A week before we arrived! They don't even just wait for the weather to turn bad, they just pull the plug out on the first day of school. As you can imagine, as Australian's we were gob-smacked (I did mention it was a stinking hot day didn't I?). While we were waiting for the bus at said hole in the ground, some ...
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