Fairfield Inn Merrillville
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... illustrate how much your thoughts shift depending on your environment.
Anyhow, we are now in Chicago! Jae and I visited here a few years ago and really enjoyed ourselves, so we were really anticipating coming back. Today we went to Chinatown for lunch and bummed around for a bit, walking through narrow aisles looking at Asian goodies ...
... down the St. Lawrence River towards Chicago. We explored a few more cool exhibits in the museum and then headed back to the hotel to meet up with David Elliott. We went to a yummy deep dish pizza place and saw Blue Man Group at the Blair Theatre. It was hilarious. The first few rows had to wear plastic rain jackets to protect from paint, food, water and jello molds! They made music with lots of interesting homemade ...
... of seeing this 'sometime' happening, too... mist rolling in from Lake Michigan to give more character to the setting:
There's plenty of mist in this pic, too... but the main theme is the beach right on the edge of the city itself:
The shoreline of Chicago has no industry on it. No factories, no ugly stuff at all, by decree of a ...
First stop... Chicago!
It was our first time seeing snow in the middle of a city. Pretty cool!
After checking in, the first thing we do after flying for 16 hours is jump into a cab and tell him to take us to the nearest Best Buy so we could buy sim cards, what ends up happening is WE (more like Will) tell him where the nearest Best Buy is! - because the cabbie didn't even know.
Weatherzone told us it was -1 but feels like -3.7! OMG! Take ...
... such as the U.S.
90, were filled and busy with more traffic than ever.Then,all the places he went,citizens views and opinions changed. To prove my point, in Midwestern cities he explained how strangers talked freely as a feel of longing for something new and being somewhere than the place that they currently were.People were ...