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... in time. You can just tell it was built a really long time ago. Thanks mainly to the music and the scoreboard, I felt like I was in some old school baseball movie. Immediately following the game, Wrigleyville was crazy. It was like every restaurant turned into a raging dance club. I can only imagine what it's like after a night game. Not wanting to waste time, Alex and I went straight ...
Since we left Chicago we have travelled to Springfield, Saint Louis, Tulsa, Amarillo and Albuquerque (going from Illinois through Missouri and Kansas then into Texas and now we are in New Mexico). Today we travel on to Holbrook which is in Arizona. What have we seen and done? Springfield provided us with the opportunity to visit the State Capital building where there was actually some official meetings still going on in some of ...
... welcomes you to the restaurant. We are led to our table with glasses of champagne and large ice blocks adorned with all types of treats. We delve into a 19 course experience. There are hidden and playful courses and small bites that melt in your mouth and take you to a whole other level of flavor. When I say amazing, this place was just that. The service was impeccable and the food was perfection. It was a great way to end out stay in ...
Another late night after our walk but we had eaten before the walk this time so did not have to find dinner at 9 o'clock. Chicago goes to sleep at night. Where we are staying is just out of the office district and has a few things open till about 10.00. The Loop area closes down about 9.30 with a couple places staying open a little later. Across the river to the north is more residential with the commercial, so more places stay open longer. But it is not a 24 hour city.
... the scale of the buildings, the city feels quite human and less imposing than New York City. The streets are wide and dotted with beautiful gardens. The waterfront areas are a feature also and some massive parks help to break up the city.
The girls enjoyed the view from the John Hancock building which was narrowly more interesting than the large pancakes they ate for breakfast.