Courtyard Chicago Highland Park/Northbrook
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lovely anniversary breakfast served by Lincoln. Good walk now I know the route!
Sat on the porch drinking grape squash and sewing.
Shopping at sheers big sports store then tkmax. Grocery shopped in Walmart and SAMs club. Lincoln took us out to Doolittles for our evening meal then to Debbies, kids stayed at home and persuaded scobie to take them to taco johns.
... our flight wasn't until the evening we basically had a whole day. Theresa and Jonty had membership cards for The Art Institute so that meant we could get in for free. It is a massive museum and would take a whole day or longer to get around it all. We only stayed for a couple hours and did the recommended highlights which included some Monet and Vincent Van Gogh. It is the second largest Art Museum in the US after Metropolitan Museum of Art in ...
... hell! We sat in the hospital waiting room waiting for mags and she was told that the cream she was putting on and some stronger ibuprofen would be the only thing to soothe the pain. We walked back into downtown in the midday heat and so treated ourselves to another chipotle meal, introducing Lucy to the finesse of Mexican fast food... But she made the number one faux pas in chipotle which is to point at the meat you want over the glass barrier ( Obama did it and it caused ...
... meaning of freedom. Rebuilding the city, the great architecture that makes up this city. Strikes and riots. I also did the Chicago architectural river cruise today, loved it! So many amazing buildings of different styles and time periods make up this city. Random tid bits about Chicago: -it has 37 movable bridges, which is more then any other city in the world -it has the only river in the world that flows backwards. A ...
... kids to cross over different gang suburbs safely as a result of different schools closing down and students having to cross different suburbs and empty lots. It seems so foreign to us but is a really big deal here. We certainly haven't seen anything unsafe here, but then we aren't in those areas I guess. It's interesting reading, just google 'safe passage Chicago' to find out more. Off to NY tomorrow... Hope the weather holds there is some fair rain happening in parts ...