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Woke up ready to go, and now it's sinking in that I'm really doing this...I'm really going to Tokyo today!
I was fortunate enough to get a flight that left at a good time during the day, so traffic wasn't bad at all getting to the airport. Upon ...
... about 9.30 so we made our way up the Hancock tower again for the second part of our Sun and Stars observatory pass. The Chicago skyline and night could make you cry. It is beyond beautiful. It is simply magnificent. Something I found particularly striking was the view of half city and half lake. Having miles of glittering lights just stop and dissolve into a black expanse was mesmerising. I couldn't stop looking. And the view of the Mile and ...
... us into the Hilton at the O'Hare airport and we did not even have to exit the building, there was an underground passage to the hotel. We were soon checked in and decided we needed a bite of real food and maybe a glass of wine, after all today is STILL Valentines day, same as it was 30 hours ago when we started this journey.
I was doubly excited by getting to see some of the Olympic coverage for the first time this biennial. Skeleton sledding is so much fun.
... the window facing west out over greater Chicago and ordered a beer for me and Rox got a tasty Chicago Martini. We sipped our drinks taking in the staggering views, chatting about how amazing our trip had been so far and discussing all the excitement we had to look forward to. On completing our drinks we moved to the west of the bar and got stunning views and photos over the main downtown area. Photography wasnt easy given the huge windows but we managed to get a few ...
... throughout the day and night. Including the burger special Kiara ordered at the last bar which including a fantastic tip cost $5.
Unfortunately Michelle lost her phone in the cab on the way home. But we did get to meet up with Kimihiro a friend who had stayed at Ottawa Backpackers Inn.
The next morning we had some breakfast and showered before packing our bags and headed to Union station to start the next leg of our journey by train towards San Francisco.