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... Evanston, the sun shone: that was summer!
In autumn (the next day) we went up the Willis Tower (the second tallest building in the world, where you can stand in a glass cabin sticking out from the building at 412 meters high, and look straight down to the ants that are cars). I was only a little bit very terrified. In the evening we took the took the metro that did not stop at our stop, making ...
... eat with any elegance, you just have to get your hands dirty with this one, as it drips everywhere. But, daym, it's good!!!
Have both refuelled (Chelle had gone for a more non-meat friendly Mexican salad option earlier) we headed on the L-train to the world famous Wrigley Field. The plan was to hopefully do a tour around the stadium, but alas our plans were thwarted by a Billy Joel concert which was scheduled to take place there that very ...
... most amazing street garden beds and parks you will ever see.
When we got back to our room with our groceries for dinner we had some time to kill and we weren't overly keen to go out again so we decided it would be a good idea to expand on some of our knowledge we had gained when we went up the Willis Tower the day before. We had learned small facts about the city skyline and the odd variations of architecture used on the buildings - this is ...
... midnight that almost ended in a brawl due to one ******** telling some coloured kids to go home to Pappy) I left with a bottle of merlot in hand (like I needed that at 1:30am) charged to the same ********s room that was obnoxious and and wouldnt remember a thing today.
Up and at em at 10 this morning and the lovely Ofelia (ha - true!) at Reception organised me a limo to go and see the sites. Nepial who has lived in Chicago since 2004 showed me the sites ...
... around but placed around wittily - like the dolphin figurines over the bridge to the Shed Aquarium.
There's a whole load of figurines and 'human statues' dotting the city not dissimilar to Gormley's stuff back home.
A big favourite for us though was the Millenium park with it's gigantic video wall of grinning rotating local faces that may or may not spit at you, and best ...