Old Town Bed and Breakfast
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... we booked a trip through the hotel concierge for 10am. It was a glorious morning and the cruise was most fascinating and informative. After the cruise we walked on to Navy Pier a recreational pier with a large Ferris wheel, theatre exhibition centre and also some lovely views over the city and out across the lake. After lunch Graham found his first geocache in Chicago ( just been too busy!). We wandered back ...
... marathon relay this past March. She and I spent a decent chunk of time on the California course hobbling our way to the finish line after our respective race legs. Good times. It was awesome seeing her again and talking about plans for the next destination race.
We said our goodbyes but met up with ANOTHER group of friends, the fabu Fabi from Brazil and her two lovely guests from NYC. They were looking for grub so we recommended ...
... imagine Casey and Kelly in the fire station! I was happy I got my picture and as soon as I got wifi, a picture was sent over to mummy and Darren to see if they recognised it.
Our time was running out before we had to make the descent to the airport and we really wanted to try a famous Chicago pizza, although it was not the best idea for Colm so I promised him a bite and a chance to return to this wonderful city. Unfortunately, we couldn't find the place where we wanted to go so ...
... adjust: auto;">On arrival we went to Fishermans Wharf and Wills was delighted to find somewhere doing gluten free pasta for his lunch. The weather was really lovely and better than we were expecting. We walked around and I tried to avoid the massive seagulls that were hanging about.
Monday was our last full day in downtown Chicago. It was also the day our dear friends Mary and Kathleen left us to head back to Northville, Michigan. We decided to tackle a museum and "the bean". There are some great museums to choose from and we picked Science and Industry.It is located in Hyde Park between the lake and University of Chicago. The building is the former Palace of Fine Arts from the 1893 World's ...
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