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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 ...
... has a remarkable history of its own, too complex to be included in this blog, but well worth a little research if anyone is interested.)
Then we headed over to famous Navy Pier.This 3,300 ft long pier was built in 1916 and was named in honour of the American Navy and Merchant Marine who paid for their share in the WW1 victory with their lives. It is one of the most visited sites in the midwestern U.S. and is Chicago's ...
... t look too far ahead. On my walk, there were many areas where there was rough cobblestone, uneven surfaces, rocks, dropoffs, etc. While I had to keep an eye on the arrows ahead, once I saw one, I looked carefully right in front of me to make sure I could keep my footing and get to the arrow (and the next one, and the next one). There were so many stories of pilgrims who tripped or fell and injured/broke something that prevented ...
... on their iphones and what not to have their faces visible. I must say though, the silouette is a pretty cool shot. A note, one of the booths is an official photo booth, and when you're on the ledge, get all your photos, otherwise it'll take awhile before you get a second time in there.
Leaving literally at 10pm, we found ourselves on the lookout for food - unfortunately there didn't ...
Today I spent the day at the Field Museum - a Chicago institution and set up as a result of the World's Fair held there in 1893, more or less.
A lot of the exhibits weren't worth carting home, and assorted Chicagoans managed to convince people that purchasing them and then displaying them would be a 'good idea' ... since then, the Museum has gone from strength to strength.
And, yes, there is enough to keep you interested for a whole ...