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After settling into our hotel we walked about .8 of a mile to the Skydeck " formally the Sears tower". Weather was in high 40's and foggy/ sunshine. I had bought Go Passes ahead of time so no waiting in lines except for a short wait for the elevators. We had to take 3 different ones to make it all the way up to the 103rd floor. We were all nervous as we were scrunched into a packed elevator with about ...
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journey I experienced many firsts:
traveling internationally completely alone
countries of China, Mongolia, Siberia & Russia
foods, drinking fire water, cognac & ...
... foods offered to make weary travelers feel at home. But mostly I can feel the excitement universally shared as each person takes the first step on their journey. When I woke up this morning the day felt like any other day, it wasn't until we pulled up to the All'Italia terminal that the reality of beginning a new adventure set in! Unfortunately the realities of modern day security cut my fantasy short as we were swept away into a turmoil of metal detectors and police wands. After ...
... as cold as we've had it since we've been away.
As we had been up the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur we decided to go up the Willis Tower here in Chicago. Again it's very impressive. The Skydeck is on the 103rd floor level and provides views for up to 50 miles looking out over 4 US States. Beyond the City itself there is a magnificent view of Lake Michigan. It's 307 miles long - how on Earth can you call it a lake?? It's an Ocean!! On the ...
... gardens. Cloud Gate is an interesting structure that hosts outdoor events, a steel structure with seating and grassed area for enjoying the performance. Anish Kapoor has an installation here also. A huge bean shaped object delivering some amazing reflections of both buildings and people. Just ambling along a a huge pod of bikies appear at the light. We watch as the first few stop the oncoming traffic to allow possibly 50 bikes and ...