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... shot from the mouth of these images! What a city! Cooled and wet I explored the different textures and surfaces of the park barefoot. I ran through a sculpture garden offered by SAIC, and up the banisters to the bean! I've bean to Chicago. It's the seedy bean shaped sculpture which disgorges and multiples reflections. I found grass to race upon in a big grand arena and a path of stones amid a tall flower garden to frolic through and then come upon a little pool where the ...
... and (safely) stabilise a skyscraper (or at least several stories) on only 3 corners?! Now that is talent!!
Another building that caught my eye was a circular building that had parking bays on the lower floors. The building was designed by an architect who didn't like right angles (he essentially believed that because right angles do not occur in nature, they should not occur in buildings). It was quite a sight to see spirals of cars parked precariously close ...
As we were landing, I enjoyed looking out the window trying to pick out recognizable things. I like seeing the architecture of the buildings and the layouts of the neighborhoods. I've never been to Chicago so of course nothing was familiar but I was able to pick out baseball diamonds, tennis courts, and football fields. I was able to count almost 40 baseball diamonds, about 5 football fields, and many many more tennis courts. As the plane was descending ...
... as soon as it is possible to. Gathering professions consist of: herbalism, mining, and skinning. Store several of the items you collect and sell all of the rest. After you happen to be at a higher level, you'll be able to drop among your gathering professions and trade it in for a crafting profession.In the event you take up herbalism, sell all of the typical herbs in huge stacks and rare herbs in modest stacks of no greater than 5.
Our first stop was at the quarter-of-a-mile-high ‘Willis Tower’ which is the fourth tallest building in the world. Quite daunting to step out onto the glass ‘Skydeck Ledge’ when you’re 103-floors/1468ft up but the panoramic views were unforgettable. Further north we also saw the ‘John Hancock Observatory,’ over 300ft shorter than the Willis Tower, but still rather impressive.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed