Hyatt Place Chicago/Naperville/Warrenville
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... a modern age!
Leave hotel having consigned our heavy bags to storage to be collected later. Not as hot as yesterday, yet. Looking to top up our dollars by exchanging some pounds, directions from the desk staff at the hotel. On our way its apparant something is about to happen. We hear drums and along a completely closed street comes a parade of special needs clubs. Bands, drummers, ...
... to fly it's last flight... Thankfully at that point I was able to lean back, say a quick thank you to the Lord for the opportunity to fly, and realize it was out of my control. From then on, I loved my window seat. I was able to see the turbine blades(which are so close to the housing that it is easy to see why, at one point in my college career, I was assigned homework ...
... the end. After a feel mile the paid went away. I did do alot of walking but ran when I could. The last mile was hard because of all the people that lined Michigan Av. They had signs and cheering us on and I felt like I had to run but couldn't. Its had to not be motivated when you have that many people cheering you on and running beside you. I did run through the finish line in 1hr and 8 min. My goal again next year is 1 hr.
... the few wooden buildings that had remained standing after the previous fire of 1860 something.
Anyway before all that excitement we had spent the day at the Art Institute. This place was a recommendation not only in the guide books but also by a number of friends. It was a huge place with far too much for us to see so we opted for the Impressionists first and then had a look at a special exhibition of fifty pieces lent to the Institute ...
... given free tickets (because we were from S.A) to go on the Ferris Wheel that overlooks the 'coast' and city. We strolled around a bit before heading home to join our hosts and their friend for dinner. It was great to spend an evening with locals, in their home, getting to know the ins and outs of life in Chicago (and the States in general). Back to being a tourist, the next day we went to the Sky Deck at the Willis Tower (formally Sears Tower) , 103 stories high. It overtook ...
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