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... tea there - including a shared apricot galette. We backtracked a little to Clifton Avenue, and headed north up this street, admiring the gardens as we went. I have read that most of Sheffield’s residential and commercial buildings were erected between 1875 and 1905; it was subsequently one of the first communities in Illinois to be designated a National Historic District because of this architectural characteristic. In the 1950s the town fell ...
... burger at Ruby's. Next stop was the sky deck at the Willis Tower, got to the top and seen all the sights of Chicago and stood in the glass box over the city.
Heading out to find a jazz bar tonight.
At the jazz bar 'Buddy Guys' we heard a great band play and met Buddy Guy in person. loads of cocktails and a great night.
Tomorrow we leave Chicago and head to St Louis.
... slower vehicles down the bottom. It was hard to picture having seen the films as I've never seen anything like it, and no explanation is really given. Falcone's bar is down here in BB, and Two Faces police escort goes down here in the second one too. All very geeky, but it was cool to see both for the movies but also in it's own right. In related but sadder news I found out that on the weekend just gone they were filming for a fourth Transformers film. After doing some ...
... of well needed air conditioning. At 2:30 we ventured out into the heat again, to meet Karen and Steve at the lobby of the John Hancock building; now only Chicago's 4th-tallest building but still the one with the most scenic outlook. We caught the express elevator to the Signature Lounge on the 94th floor - the cocktails there are overpriced, and the service less than perfect, but it's a great way for newcomers to Chicago to get their bearings and a drink is ...
Spending 17hours on a Greyhound bus overnight is not my recommended mode of transport. We left NY 1 hour before midnight. We were lucky to get that bus as they like to overbook and hold a "first come, first serve" policy. With unsuccessful sleeping attempts upright, I gave Harry the two seats and tried to doze off, tucked tightly into my smallest possible version of the fetal position on the floor. Seemingly un-weatherproof, the rain began to leak through the roof and soak me. As ...
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