BEST WESTERN PLUS Glenview-Chicagoland Inn & Suites
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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 ...
... We ventured out for a 5km walk that took us alongside the river and north-east into areas closer to S&M's previous apartment. A quick stop at the Whole Foods supermarket was in order to get some freshly baked bread for lunch. The afternoon has been filled with comparisons of the Fitbit results recorded during the morning walk, plus a variety of home maintenance matters involving ladders and electrical things. We are all heading off to a ...
... water bottles' under our blankets. They were still warm in the morning.) Slept well and didn't spend a dime.
This afternoon we finally arrived in Chicago. One of our "to-do" items on this trip was to have some authentic Chicago deep dish pizza, and we were starving, but not knowing where to eat. En route to our hotel, we simply decided to stop at the first pizza place we came to, ...
... I relaxed my no museum rule for a little while and visited the Museum of Science and Industry (where the best things were a miniature fairyland castle put together by a 1920s film star whose name I can't bring to mind right now, and an exhibition of Walt Disney memorabilia which was actually worth the extra money I had to pay for it), and the Art Institute of Chicago (which was really good because it had loads of impressionist paintings, plus that really ...
... We headed into Chicago and made our way to the planetarium. The location of this is pretty breathtaking; it sits by Chicago's lakeside and with your back to the building, you can take in views of the city line over the lake. The planetarium provided various shows in rooms with reclining chairs and domes which make up the ceiling. Pictures and videos of stars and space projected onto this dome with a commentator providing information about space and the galaxies within ...