Chicago Southland Inn & Suites
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... the men and blouses and skirts for the women, sometimes with a bodice.
The clothes worn by wealthy Italian women looked like peasant garb, but they used richer fabrics like silk and velvet. The rich also had access to colorful dyes, so the color palette varied more widely. Upper-class Italian women also tended to wear more jewelry than peasants.
for special festivals even peasant women had beautiful dresses and bodices. These were dyed in bright colors, hand-crafted ...
Woke up early this morning as Crew is learning to sleep without his dummy so he was awake at 5. Got up around 7:30, and had some breakfast and played with the kids while Renee got everything sorted to drop Crew and Zara at care. Left around 8:30 and drove into the city, it took about an hour with traffic but wasn't a bad drive. Brad still loving driving Nathan's F150. Parked at Navy pier we were a bit nervous about being able to fit under the height limit but we did. Walked ...
... for the start of Route 66 (remember we did it backwards as Santa Monica is the end point) in a park on Adams St. We are so happy that we've accomplished the Route 66 road trip. We take our happy snaps and start the Loop walk.
The walk just showcases some of the nicer architecture around the city. It is a mix of modern like the Trump Tower to the classic such as the Chicago Tribune building.
We spend some time in Millennium Park. There are fountains where ...
... flight to make it back to my brother's graduation the next day. When we landed from Philly though, the view from my seat was spectacular! I am actually so proud of this photography!
From this photo, you can see how the office buildings on the lower-left corner are dark. I love how they are dark, indicating that the workers have already left work and they've gone back to their homes. That's ...
... in that scene goes from sunshine and blue sky to heavy rain only to end in snow flurries. So far I can only agree. I never know what to wear and even now in the rain I am too hot in my jacket but in the cold morning breeze I was glad I had it with me.
My dinner today consists of the signature Chicago ‘deep-dish’ pizza, invented by some immigrated Italian back in the days. This pizza is different from the original ...