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Once the lady we met on the train had taken our photos we heard an English voice! An employee at Union station, born in Hammersmith and retaining his accent pointed us in the direction of the Subway. Everywhere we go the system is different ...keeps you on your toes I guess. Useful fact - the three day ticket is like a …
... for a while. Walking down Lakefront path, a hotspot for runners, cyclists and tourists (not always a good combination) we couldn't help but marvel at the sheer size of Lake Michigan, we were used to seeing the other side of lakes! With the beaches and only seeing the horizon, both Laura and I kept catching ourselves out calling it the sea!
As we got to Navy pier we got a couple of Italian Ice's with Mango, Lemon and cherry which hit the spot! Brief ...
... directing traffic to their spots. Too cute! People were laughing as they drove by!!! So much for browsing and shopping... the kids saw Nickolodeon Universe, the theme park in the mall and that was it! Spent the rest of the afternoon having fun on rides, laughing, then made our way to Mount Prospect, Illinois to meet up with a friend Michelle hadn't seen in 27 years!!! Oh Happy ...
Flew back to Chicago from Steamboat, and needed a limo to take all 8 of us, plus baby and luggage.
Martin has recently acquired a pilot's license. He treated us to a flight over Naperville (were they live). We were soooo excited about going up with him. It is a 4 seater plane and he needed two flights. What a beautiful sight with all the snow and frozen dams in that area, even though it was very cold outside the plane was heated. Some of the ...
... Yvonne to use. This obviously makes a day's outing very easy for visitors to the city. We waited on the platform for a minute or two to get our bearings and check on the scrolling display as to how long until the next train arrived. Fortunately, it was about five minutes away; in that time we realised we were actually on the wrong platform and would have ended up down near the Science Museum again had we caught it. A leisurely walk across the overhead bridge soon had us on the ...