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Free Breakfast in the hostel, and then as much as you dare to smuggle out. Bus to Navy Pier. Imagine Coney Island kind of fun pier. Ferris wheel, carousel, souvenir shops and junk food. Ten million school kids. Here we had a Chicago hot dawg - bun, Frankfurt and vegetables, pickles, onions, chillies. The sort of thing you have to try, once. Caught the water taxi (it's big enough to be called a ferry) up the Chicago river and we disembarked at ...
... party) and Akihito (Emperor)
Ethnicities (% breakdown): Japanese 98.5%, Koreans 0.5%, Chinese 0.4%, other 0.6%
National Language(s): Japanese
Religion(s) practiced (% practiced): Shintoism 83.9%, Buddhism 71.4%, Christianity 2%, other 7.8%
Traditional Cuisine Descriptions:Many seafood products are used in Japanese cuisine in food like sushi along with rice being served at almost every meal.
Traditional Dress Descriptions:Woman wear kimonos or yukatas ...
This was a tour that was recommended to us by a friend from home, so we booked ourselves in. Great 2 hour tour around the city giving a history lesson on the gangsters Al Capone, Bugsy Malone, Elliot Ness and co. Really interesting tour and the guides throw in some fun as well - great fun. After this we intended on going to Wrigley Field to try and catch a tour. Grabbed a bite to eat for lunch as we had "plenty" of time, only to realize I had read the timetable wrong and ...
... is amazing and has its own beach. It is hard to imagine you are not on the sea, it goes for miles and has yachts, speed boats, container ships - and is weirdly bordered by skyscrapers. Talking of which, last stop of the day was the Hancock Tower, our second skyscraper of the holiday. Not as tall as Willis Tower (just 95 levels!), but more interesting partly because of the clear weather, partly better location ...
... forgot as soon as the plane took off. The outlet adapter! Thanks anyway Julie and Tom who both loaned me one. Luckily they have multiple styles of outlets at my seat. Hopefully, I can get one at the airport in Madrid. I haven't had much luck making new acquaintances yet. I saw a man at the gate that had a KSU hat on. I tried to talk to him and his wife, but they didn't seem to be in the talking mood. I did find out that they are visiting their daughter ...