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... back to the Hyatt from 3 to 5 for what will be the high light of the trip for Bob - Germany's 7-1 win over Brazil in the World Cup semi-final. There were several interesting restaurants six blocks from the Hyatt but with all the walking we had done we decided to go across the street to an Italian place. It was a good choice as we both enjoyed our meals. Kathy had cheese cannelloni and Bob had chicken ...
... the original school had been replaced. Our final stop was Kathy's old house. It was still there but almost completely hidden by trees and hard to see. Like they say you can't go home again. Thankfully, you can keep home in your memory. Heading back south to continue our trip to Milwaukee we stopped at Warren Dunes State Park. This is a beach on Lake Michigan. There were lots of bathers and an incredibly high dune. Lake Michigan looks like an ocean ...
... an hour letting the storm cell advance further a head of me. The storm was to hit Chicago around 6:15 or so and I figured if I could make the Illinois border I'd be heading a little North and would be clear of the trailing rain. The next 60 miles to the border were a test to my commitment to make it home that day. Solid heavy rain until I hit the interchange that took me more north east, from there on home it was more of a nagging mist. ...
... lied ... It was really cold! The Museum of Art was a fairly quick visit ...Georgia O'Keefe, Barbara Hepworth, Picasso, Joan Miro and Andy Warhol were among the permanent exhibits. There was a Kandinsky exhibition on loan from the Pompidou Centre. We moved onto the Science and Technology Centre and spent a white pushing buttons, pulling knobs and tapping interactive screens. The aquarium part of the centre had fish from the lakes as well as the Atlantic Ocean. All quite interesting.
... The structure contains a movable, wing-like brise soleil which opens up for a wingspan of 217 feet (66 m) during the day, folding over the tall, arched structure at night or during inclement weather. It closes at noon each day, so we went outside to see it close. You can see from the pictures it in the open position going to its closed.
I took some pictures of some of my favorite works.
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