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... before we get much older.
Thanks to Marks perfect sense of timing, we are not rushed getting to our flight to Chicago. In fact there is time for me to scout around and find a juice bar for a vitamin pill in a glass, try on a nice polar fleece top (50% off) and Graham retaliates by buying a bowl of chilli, served with multiple packets of saltine crackers.
I nibble at it but am saving myself for the Big Night Out at Alinea tonight.
... up we walked through some of the gardens on our way to the water features. These on the other hand are definitely better at night because the colour and photos didn't always come through. Off we walked to the water fountain which pumps so much water through with such power it was cool to watch. While we were walking through the millennium park area we noticed so many different pieces of quirky hidden artwork. You could easily get lost in there for days. Once we finished in the park ...
... the rusted tracks and next to that, there is a, guess what, a Starbucks!!! Yes, even in Bucktown people drink Starbucks. I can only be thankful for that since it mostly ensures me free wifi access. So, yayyy to that!
By now my feet are very tired and I have to go home to rest again. When I get to my room however, my boredom is only short lived as I soon get a new roommate: ‘Hi, I’m Vic, nice to meet you! Where are you from?’ ...
... Million Dollar Quartet", which would require us to travel on the L train system as it was a bit off Broadway. That was fine with us, isn't that an iconic symbol of the city? I'd been hoping we'd get the opportunity to use it! The rest of the day was spent exploring the rest of the city tour loop, and doing some browsing along the Magnificent Mile. We tried to get into the Willis Tower, buying tickets through the bus company, but when we arrived at that stop and went in, we ...
A chilly start as we head to Bloomingdales for some retail therapy. Mac, NYD jeans,a Marc Jacobs handbag for me.Jumper and t-shirt for Phillip. He got jeans yesterday. No brekkie so up to Hancock tower for a salad lunch with spectacular views. Drop off the shopping and off to explore the Museum of Broadcast and Communications. A small area with lots of old film clips, ads from black and white TV days. A tribute to Gary Coleman ...
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