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Since the last blogs two exciting things have occured: let's start with the most exciting one. A certain handsome man came by all the way from the Netherlands, and made the first stop of his 3,5 week road trip through the US at my door! We had four days together to see the city of Chicago, of which we spent about 5 hours in the Art Institute (the hugest and most amazing museum). And that morning on a little ...
... we sped off with the city vista whizzing by us. We toured along the lakefront for 30 minutes before stepping off and heading back into the city for lunch.
Tim had read about Chicago's famous italian beef sandwiches and Mr Beef, located on N Orleans street, seemed to be the place to go. These subs consist of a soft French roll crammed with succulent pulled beef dripping in gravy and topped with piquant tomato-pepper sauce and pickles. ...
... and light jackets for our heavy ones.
Lou and I decided to spend the morning walking along Michigan Ave, The Magnificent Mile! The plan was to dodge the wind by stopping and shopping along the way. Needless to say in the end of our shopping trip we came away almost empty handed. Along Michigan Ave we came across the Chicago River. This river ran through the city and out to Lake Michigan.
Chicago is a beautiful, clean city and it ...
... Lots of oooohhhhiiiinngggg and aaaahhhhing. After a good few hours of pounding the pavement (mainly to stay awake) I came back to the hotel and had a New York Strip with a Mushroom Risotto with Jalepeno truffled fries.. .. OMG how good was it!!!!!!
Thought if if I tried to stay awake until 9pm I'd be good to go today and be in the time zone. After a nice night with some locals at the bar (with the exception of a noisy, rude wedding party that came ...
Chicago has a lot of world class museums and art galleries, after museum overload in Washington and with entry fees of $25+ for all of them we decided to visit none.
Happily though Chicago has enough stunning street art and sculpture just popping out at you across the city to make you feel like you've visited the best gallery there.
There's plenty of classical statues and ...