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... or so and stopped at the Twin Lakes Camping Ground, Findlay, Ohio. It was getting late, but we had enough time after setting up camp for the kids to have a play on the playground and basketball court whilst I made dinner - it was my turn tonight. We had Sesame Chicken, rice and broccoli followed by M&M ice-cream. Yum. Dishes done, everyone showered (campground so long showers) and in to bed by 9.30am. A big driving day tomorrow. Fairly decent rain in the evening and ...
... way to Navy Pier to catch an Architecture Cruise, taking us into both branches of the Chicago river. Now if you've researched attractions in Chicago, you'll notice a variety of water related tours - on this trip, we ended up going with the Architecture Cruise to learn more about the buildings and designs; the lake cruise at night with fireworks, and the Tally Ship Windy, but more on the rest later.
The architecture cruise was quite peaceful as we ...
... level. The Chicago Lighthouse is a charitable trust, with a massive board of directors, that is non-profit, but very well resourced. They have many departments and my visit was arranged by Dominic the Vice-president of the public relations department. The lighthouse has a school that currently only serves 6 young people, having reduced steadily over the last few years due to the inclusion agenda here. It also has an early years/early intervention programme for ...
... new (Sears and Trump towers). Much more interesting than it sounds - we learnt about how some buildings have zeppelin landing-towers, how Al Capone established a speak-easy at the top of one of the towers, and why several buildings are shaped like chairs.
The jet-lag had to kick in at some point and it was now. We sloped back to the hotel for a bit of a snooze and woke refreshed an hour later, raring to go again and craving a ...
... blue cubbie bags. We only got 1 each but that didn’t stop the Gordon Gals competitive spirit from snatching up the leftovers in the stands. We were cracking up the whole time….we really are sisters! After the game I scored a kiss from a real cubbie bear and we admired the ivy covered brick architecture.
OH…AND THEY DID WIN 7-2!!