Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Lincolnshire
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We had a short "rinse" at Tulsa Airport before we took off as we had a bit of frost collected. It was an uneventful flight and we landed in Chicago where it is a bit cooler! Most all have gotten a bite to eat and/or drink and we are at the gate just relaxing until we board (about an hour and a half.) We will check back in as soon as we can from Beijing. Happy St Patricks ...
... including Finn Juhl and Arne Jacobsen. Postmodern design, intersecting the Pop art movement, gained steam in the 1960s and 70s, promoted in the 80s by groups such as the Italy-based Memphis movement. Transitional furniture is intended to fill a place between Traditional and Modern tastes.
Stainless Steel Table with FSC Teca Wood - Brazil Ecodesign
... know the whole city center and heard some interesting stories. The tour started at the Chicago Tribune building, then continues on the Wrigley Building and the Trump Tower, to end at the Cultural Center. I definitely recommend taking a walking tour!
Chicago has a lot of art pieces standing in the open air. The most famous one is probably the Cloud Gate, more commonly known as The Bean, which can be found ...
Max and Sarah have a boxed set of small cards called 'City Walks Chicago - 50 Adventures on Foot'. These have been a great starting point for self-guided walks around the city, and have been utilised on every visit we have paid to M and S whilst they have resided here. Today we decided to venture further afield, so combined two of the cards with an Internet search for Floriole - the French bakery that provided the recipe for the blueberry galette we baked ...
Today we tackled the Shedd Aquarium, one of the largest aquariums in the US with exhibits of fresh and saltwater fish and mammals, including dolphins and beluga whales, amphibians such as frogs, snakes and cayman, and penguins and other birds associated with specific habitats. It was a pretty massive centre and featured an incredible Amazon section, simulated Malaysian reef, and my own personal favourite, a jellyfish section. There was also an opprtunity to touch a ...