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... and snacks at their fabulous new apartment on the 42nd floor of the Tides Building. Floor to ceiling windows and a balcony gave us an incredible view of Grant Park, Lake Michigan and the Chicago skyscrapers. Then we headed our for a lovely Chinese meal across the road and a good chat.
We didn't even get a chance to check out the fabulous shopping or lively dining districts or some of the other famous museums - we will be back!
... the scale of the buildings, the city feels quite human and less imposing than New York City. The streets are wide and dotted with beautiful gardens. The waterfront areas are a feature also and some massive parks help to break up the city.
The girls enjoyed the view from the John Hancock building which was narrowly more interesting than the large pancakes they ate for breakfast.