Holiday Inn Chicago North Shore (Skokie)
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... the men and blouses and skirts for the women, sometimes with a bodice.
The clothes worn by wealthy Italian women looked like peasant garb, but they used richer fabrics like silk and velvet. The rich also had access to colorful dyes, so the color palette varied more widely. Upper-class Italian women also tended to wear more jewelry than peasants.
for special festivals even peasant women had beautiful dresses and bodices. These were dyed in bright colors, hand-crafted ...
... Oriental museum located at the University of Chicago. It was full of ancient Egypt artifacts, mummys, first documentations of written language, pottery, hunting tools... all from places that have long been extict. We had to quickly move through the last part of it though as it was getting close to 4pm and we had reservations at Alinea for 6:30. And still needed to go find shoes for Basil for tonight. I think this was what we were ...
... with no people in them, but as we arrived just around 1230, people were everywhere and you just have to politely wiggle your way in, take your photos with everyone else in it. The bean's highly reflective after all, so you'll always get more than you think. The west side of the bean (away from the water) does seem to have a slightly smaller crowd, and it's a better spot to get a reflection of the skyscrapers on the metallic surface.
Taking advantage of ...
... foot of the statue), some cheap grocery stores and a cute little movie theatre.
We continue on to Milwaukee Avenue to do the 30 min walk to Wicker Park. We stop by a cool little cafe to have hot chocolate (still don't trust the coffee here, need to find an Aussie cafe). Its got a cool Surry Hills or Camden vibe. The cafe is filled with students on their laptops studying or Facebooking.
We continue our walk down through Bucktown then Wicker Park. I really ...
... Hotdogs, bacon on a stick, Churro's, Nacho's and plenty of Hot Chocolate to go round! Kathy had also arranged for the best surprise ever, for a Happy Birthday message to come up on the big screen for Stu!! We all knew except him, it was hilarious when it came up we were all whooping with joy!!
Erin took us into the Windy City for a day of exploring, first stop was for some cheese & toffee popcorn, which we took with us to the bean or Cloud Gate as it's formally known! It ...