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... of shopping in Chicago.
When we got home from the Outlets, we walked in to the smell of Spaghetti Bolognese as Jenni had been doing a bit of cooking for dinner. It was a very relaxing night as we sat around and chatted around the table.
Other than Saturday and the Thursday we leave to go home, our time in Chicago is done. I love it here, and I love experiencing the suburbs and what they have to offer. You get to experience "Living life in ...
... with prerecorded backing, magnificently, cool jazz...I love his sound as do many others who have collected around him sitting on the steps of the plaza, so Jonny goes home and I come out again to listen to this guy for another 1/2 hour. Tiny little Hispanic toddlers with their parents are transfixed; a black couple with two little girls prance across the pedestrian crossing holding their parents' hands and, as they wait to cross the next one, start bopping to ...
... see "The Bean" which is a huge mirror shaped like a bean. It's super cool and everyone is mesmerized by it! Always people crowding around it looking at their reflection and the city buildings in the reflection too! I walked through some of the gardens there and even though spring is ending, it was nice to see and photograph some flowers still in bloom! Decided to head back home about 5pm... A storm looked like it was coming and I didn't wanna get ...
... quick pick ups at other hotels before we were headed out to O'Hare Airport. It was good to see the city by daylight, as it'd been turning dark when I flew in. The views were wonderful, especially of the seemingly endless expanse that is Lake Michigan. The weekend had once again flown by, and I had even more special experiences to add to my vast collection. I feel like I've been on more holidays in the last 10 months than in the past 10 years,and that's probably true! (Probably ...
... Tanuki figure. The information board explained that the Tanuki is "a raccoon-like figure considered to be a trickster who causes trouble and mayhem in both the human and supernatural worlds"; we thought they looked more like pigs. Each piece was individually signed and dated, possibly to ensure greater "resale value" should all twenty-one be unable to be sold as a collection. It is on display in Chicago until November only. We then walked ...