Hilton Garden Inn Addison
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... see "The Bean" which is a huge mirror shaped like a bean. It's super cool and everyone is mesmerized by it! Always people crowding around it looking at their reflection and the city buildings in the reflection too! I walked through some of the gardens there and even though spring is ending, it was nice to see and photograph some flowers still in bloom! Decided to head back home about 5pm... A storm looked like it was coming and I didn't wanna get ...
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... started first thing in the morning at 8am. The sponsor contact, Eric, took us in to visit a small group of kids who were catching a bus from there to go to school. They were a bit too wound up from running around the gym and they were catching the bus 8 minutes after we finally got them sitting, but they left knowing a circus is coming to town and sometimes that’s all we can ask for. ;)
The rest of the day we spent in two first grade classrooms (they ...
... of the tracks, where we had only a couple of minutes to wait for the train to Harlem via Oak Park. The village of Oak Park was founded in 1835 but apparently experienced substantial growth at the turn of the last century when the elevated trainline was extended out there. It is on the tourist circuit these days because of the homes built at around that time - many were designed by the American Midwest's Prairie School of architects; most famously Frank Lloyd Wright and John ...