The Waverton Hotel
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... an hour of Chicago...yes, I had to. And, since it was already in my CD player from yesterday, some of the Grateful Dead's American Beauty brought up the tail end of today's drive.
My next entry will be made in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Thanks for reading!
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... monstrosity of a city they call "Chicago".
And although in shuffle mode, when a spontaneous, cheesy and subliminal songs like Rupaul's "The beginning" (don't judge!) comes on, it put the kick back in my step, feeding me courage while I walk around feeling all my senses come alive. It's like the diva herself is auto tuning the words "This is the beginning of the rest of your life" to me, and only me.
And I believe ...
... a taste of the water and confirmed it was fresh, although we later found out not particularly clean.
The first pretty grey day was exciting enough but even better a few days later when we had blazing sunshine which turns the water azure blue. We hired out the City Bikes - which are fabulously named 'DIVY' bikes and let you cycle all day, in half hour ...
... spending their hard earned cash on Louis Vuitton, or at Macy's, Saks or Bloomingdales. My attempt to find something memorable and affordable was another charm on my Pandora bracelet, in honour of my visit. Jill and I also made a foray into the Hershey's chocolate store, and while I'd resisted in Times Square, I caved in Chicago when I saw the awesome custom tins and bought a few Christmas presents! After this we jumped back on for a while, and got off at State Street to ...
... attendants, so the photographer must surely have needed a wide-angle lens to capture all fourteen members of the wedding party in every shot. We continued on our way and passed another wedding party posing for photos nearby - the bride in gold, bridesmaids in navy frocks with heavy silver beading. We saw three more wedding parties in the three blocks between the park and the river; all of whom were being photographed in the middle ...