Courtyard by Marriott Chicago Lincolnshire
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After we went for a traditional Chicago deep pan pizza at a place called "Gino's East" which Rob was recommended by his friend Matt. It was a really different place with lots of graffiti covering the walls (its meant to be like that) and furniture. It looks like a dump inside but the food smelt great. It was a 45 min- 1 hour wait at least for our large deep pan pizza. They take so long to cook because they're so thick. I wasn't actually ...
... was awful, caramel was okay but very sweet. My small taste cup was enough. It was described as sweet and savoury. Give me kettle corn any day.
Also heard about Frango mint chocolate found only at Macy's being originally a Marshall Fielding specialty from Chicago. It passed the taste test. It was so much better chocolate than Hershey's. have bought a couple of small bars to try different flavours.
... in conclusion: Lucy agrees that chipotle is a beautiful meal. We then made our way to the sky deck. The willis tower was once the tallest tower in the world, and still remains in the top ten. At the top, like many sky scrapers there is a viewing platform; however this one is different. There is a glass box which sticks out from the side of the top of the tower where you can stand out on. On our way up to the tower Lucy reminded us that two weeks ago a child had gone into the ...
... feet that saved the city from water born illnesses entering Lake Michigan, their main source of drinking water. -the Chicago tribune tower(my fave building) was created by offering a reward of 50 grand to whoever could design the most beautiful office space. And blocks from famous buildings around the world were incorporated into this building. (Ex Sydney opera house, Abraham Lincoln's grave, st Stevens catherdal Vienna, ...
This whole day was completely reserved for Comic-Con purposes. It was quite cool to see some of my favorite artists (Chris Claremont among others) and some popular and not-so-popular movie and tv stars. After getting to pose with George A Romero there was little interest besides taking a photo from afar today though. Manu Bennett, Norman Reedus and Stan Lee were probably the biggest stars, then there were also Mini-Me, ...