Hilton Garden Inn Addison
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... May the birdliest bird win! On Friday I headed downtown to the French Market for lunch and then my friend Kurt and I walked to the Field Museum of Natural History, where I randomly found a book in the gift shop with me in it! It was a book about cheetahs and there was a chapter about veterinary care, in which I featured from my days at CCF in Namibia.
Sunday when I arrived in Chicago it was 88oF and humid; five days later on Friday morning when I took ...
New York's Skyline is iconic you'd know the cluster of buildings anywhere and it doesn't fail to impress in stature or variety; Chicago's skyline however is incredible. It's well thought out, well lit, each building complements the next.
This is a city that prides itself on it's architecture and not just that clearly takes care of it. Gothic styled water towers sit perfectly next to classic warehouse styles and the uber ...
... with a tourist. Which pleasantly surprised me, because I thought with all the security measures obviously in place they'd be too busy to bother. Couldn't have been more friendly and accommodating, which reflected the general attitude of all the locals we'd encountered. People are obviously proud of the city, and want to share that with anyone who visits, it seems. The crowd grew as we approached the final stages of the marathon. We walked around until we found a place only ...
... 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 ...
... on a busy Chicago Saturday. One couple were in the middle of an intersection; another bride and her five attendants crossed State Street (with the traffic lights) in a line, à la The Beatles on Abbey Road. The final group had just emerged from their stretch limousine and were milling around on the footpath of the State Street Bridge, presumably waiting for directions from the photographer. Who knows where they were to be asked to ...