Aloft Chicago O'Hare
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... UBS building in the ranks! V hot but have complimentary lemonade and cookies to keep us going. Great guide as well. Finish by 4 and head to Navy Pier for wander. Take refuge from heat in restaurant where pet and I try to share a massive portion of nachos and don't manage even half. Onto Ferris wheel for great views and then into ice crystal garden which looks like a huge greenhouse but is actually cool in both senses. Taxi back and check ...
... of chaos we finally made it through all the airport check points and found the right gate. So here I sit waiting to board the plane that will take me to a new and exciting culture. Questions keep swirling around in my head as to what will I have experienced when I return back to the small town of Marshall and even though I know I don't have the answers I do know one thing. I'll never find out until I cross the gang-plank and board that plane. All I have to do is take the first ...
... important to the Prairie style and even the vertical grout on brick was coloured 'out' to emphasize the horizontal!
Sunday afternoon is beautiful and I head to the river and an Architecture of Chicago Foundation Boat tour - 90min of lovely boat ride with interesting, pleasant voiced commentary...great!!
Then, a first visit to Fannie Mays who knew they sell chocolate I thought they were a mortgage default business!!
Walk down Michigan Ave to Millenium Park - ...
... Tiffany glass dome ceiling. Under the done a string quartet was playing. I sat and listened for a while. Very relaxing. After this I walked along Michigan ave past a interesting mix of building. Crossed the river and entered the upscale shopping district if the magnificent mile. The first building of interest on this side is the Wrigley building, which was commissioned by the Wrigley gum company. The building was completed in 1924 ...
... and got a taxi to take me to S. Wabash Avenue as I wanted to pick up a new camera bag. After getting my new bag I headed off to Millennium Park.
Millenium Park, as the name suggests, was designed to celebrate the Millennium in 2000. Unfortunately it went massively over budget and was massively delayed that, I think, it wasn't finished until 2004. The Park is on Michigan Avenue (aka the Magnificent Mile) and has lots of famous architecture and exhibits ...