Extended Stay America - Chicago - Downers Grove
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... Hancock Centre was not too painful, and the views were amazing! :)
After that we headed back for a snacky tea before going to see another play, this one a drink game/comedy sketch show called Bye Bye Liver. http://pubhousetheatre.com/bye-bye-live r/ It was ok, not for me really as the humour seemed to rely on the audience getting increasingly drunk as the show goes on. Interesting concept though!
After the show Annalissa went home to bed as she was feeling under ...
... enough from surrounded buildings to offer panoramic reflections of the skyline and park. Certainly the most interesting and popular public sculpture I have seen. That evening we had a great but huge dinner at one of the country's best restaurants, Topolobampo, which serves modern Mexican cuisine. By Christmas Eve the rain had returned and we headed to the market early so it was a lot more pleasant. We enjoyed some gluwein, some other traditional Christmas fare ...
... cautioned not to show too much skin in these places. So, light and covered is the way to go. Got some new walking sandals (breaking them in already) and 4 pairs of leggings. I plan on buying a few local tunic tops to accompany them. I'm packing underwear and bras that are past their "sell by" date, so I can wear them out and leave them there. I'm also packing some disposable t-shirts and sleep wear that I can also dispose ...
... with little tables and chairs and it was really cool to see. Ghery's structure was illuminated with blue and mauve lighting as opposed to red on a previous night.Walking round a few blocks we passed the giant Picasso, a very large Miro sculpture and a marvellous Dubuffet, another splendid Art Deco foyer which we entered, an illuminated wall of various coloured, changing light panels and as night fell, gloriously illuminated buildings- the illuminated silver ...
... including the centre of Chicago. The logo on scarves and flags is One Nation, One Team! We are surprised to see such a huge World Cup following here. There is a charming 'old town' but old is a relative term. Architecturally, Chicago is a pearl and well worth a visit just on that account. There are important companies like Leo Burnett, stunning sculptures, world class museums and nightlife. We hardly scratched the surface but what we saw pleased us. ...