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This was a tour that was recommended to us by a friend from home, so we booked ourselves in. Great 2 hour tour around the city giving a history lesson on the gangsters Al Capone, Bugsy Malone, Elliot Ness and co. Really interesting tour and the guides throw in some fun as well - great fun. After this we intended on going to Wrigley Field to try and catch a tour. Grabbed a bite to eat for lunch as we had "plenty" of time, only to realize I had read the timetable wrong and ...
... shortly after. It was getting colder too and I didn't want Hinesh to get sick.
Day 4: we squeeze in an early workout - T25 and feel so healthy. We eat a healthy home made lunch then head out for the day.
Today we go exploring Logan and Wicker Park. We walk through the lovely tree lined streets of Logan and look at the fancy homes and wish we were living there. We get to Logan Square and it has some nice little cafes, a local park (with the local bum sleeping ...
Our flight from Chicago to JFK was cancelled! What a way to start our vacation.... haha! After a little scrambling with Delta, we rescheduled a flight to Laguardia in New York, took a taxi to JFK and caught our flight to Tel Aviv with little time to spare. The Delta folks and the Moody Tour people assisted us well in what was quite a stressful situation for all 38 of us flying out of Chicago to New ...
... the end. Thankfully we made an escape through a side door and found ourselves outside on the pier. The view of the city was worth it! After our great walking tour yesterday we decided we wanted to do another one, this time on sky scrapers. On our way to the ticket office we had a look through Millennium Park and Cloud Gate, also known as The Bean. It's a bean shaped stainless steel sculpture that is reflective so you get a nice view of the city ...