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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 …
... now, but it's near the middle, just off a small square (not to be mistaken with the large square that contains statues of all 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac. Completing our Chinatown venture, we hopped back on the train 2 hours later to head back into the zoo.
Next stop, Grant Park, which is actually right near our hostel. We stop by the Buckingham Fountain to see it in daylight before walking north to Millennium Park to check out the Cloud Gate aka The Bean ...
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... so piping hot we had to wait longer than we actually had to eat it! I had to say a quick goodbye to Jill once we went outside to wait for the next loop tour bus, because it wasn't going to get there in time to catch it back to the stop nearest our hotel. I knew hopping in a taxi was the only way I was getting back in time. Jill planned to spend more time using the bus loop to explore further, until she had to get her shuttle later in the afternoon. It was hard to fathom that ...
... alert, and hungry. All these elements led to our late breakfast at Lou Mitchell's, a Chicago diner and local institution. The textbook diner-marm offered us a complimentary donut hole from a giant basket housing about two hundred fried balls of dough and powdered sugar. We were then treated to an honest and old-school breakfast with absolutely zero irony--It felt like a 1970's film set. Lou's is actually located at the ...