MDA Chicago City Apartments
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... we'd be able to get another chance of a lift so hopped in. It felt so random and we were totally not dressed for a limo but felt like celebs driving around the city lol. It was great fun!
We arrived at the United Center where Jonty and Thereaa had booked tickets to see an ice hockey game! It was the Chicago Blackhawks vs Jets (not sure where they were from) but a pretty big game. The first third had started before we arrived and we ...
This was a fascinating experience, and probably the highlight for us, as we looked at buildings in so many different architectural styles, from European Renaissance, Historic Revival and Neo-Gothic to Art Deco and Art Nouveau, and at the opposite end, Mies Van Der Rohe's austere and very plain International Style.
Personally I lean to the frankly ornamental neo-Gothic and European Renaissance styles ...
... a wonderful and happy life - great health, great husband (correction - a super great awesome husband - per my "editor"!), great family, great friends, dogs, home, job, etc. But there definitely is something about "re-entry" that makes you long for the Camino - the quiet, the sights, the physicality, the minimalism, the accomplishments, the simplicity. You come back and everything is the same here - except you ;) It took a while ...
... we dared to ask for directions all ended the conversation with 'you folks be safe round this part of town'... we soon changed our plans and buggered off on the first bus back to the city centre.
We continued visiting the city: The Magnificent Mile (a street with very exclusive and expensive shops), the silver bean in which we could see the reflection of the city, the Navy pier, the park in which we took a nice walk alongside ...
... selection, but the prices were all fair and the waitstaff was attentive to everyone, despite the crowd. The band was Rodney Brown & Hotrod. Now, I've heard all sorts of things about Chicago blues and the whole bar music scene. But these guys really knew how to groove, and each of the 5 members had some serious talent. The singer, Rodney, also plays a mean sax, which he took around the bar with him during some of his solos. I'm attaching a ...