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... Oriental museum located at the University of Chicago. It was full of ancient Egypt artifacts, mummys, first documentations of written language, pottery, hunting tools... all from places that have long been extict. We had to quickly move through the last part of it though as it was getting close to 4pm and we had reservations at Alinea for 6:30. And still needed to go find shoes for Basil for tonight. I think this was what we were ...
... where we had our very first authentic Chicago deep dish pizza. Our waiter suggested we'd only need a small - which was true as we still took home a slice for later. The pizza was deep, more saucy than usual with a crust that resembled a buttery biscuit. Today we took a walking food tour around the local area with a guide. We were the only people on the tour today so we had lots of one on one and got ...
... They seemed so cut off from it all - not only from other pilgrims, but from themselves. A lot of folks say they play music to escape. I (surprising to me, too) found it liberating to spend time quality time without anything. Just me and my thoughts. Scary, right? In the end, I came to know (and love) myself in a way I didn't before this trip.
That was my way.
Some final thoughts:
As many of you know, I ...
... least. It had just about stopped when I met Mumsie again and we decided to head back to the motel - shopping on the "Magnificent Mile" is very expensive - and we got as far as an Irish Pub before thirst and hunger got the better of us and we had to pause for refreshment. Later we had a great dinner just nearby us, and then caught the 7.45pm Lake and River Cruise, which took us out into Lake Michigan ...
... Had it have been later in the day Thomas would have been in his element. After brunch we checked into our hotel and walked around Millennium Park. We entered the park by the Millennium Monument (Peristyle) and walked to the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, the outdoor music venue where festivals and other concerts often take place. It was a very impressive stainless steel structure that looked more like a piece of art than a stage.
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