La Quinta Inn Merrillville
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8.59 Flying out early tomorrow, so this is our last chance to explore a great American location and be on holiday. This afternoon should be slightly traumatic as we try and shove all our dirty washing , the vast amount of **** we've purchased, and our clean clothes into a limited luggage space. There will be tears and abandoned cosmetics methinks. We have travelled south down Michigan Avenue to a bright modern eatery called Yolk. It is hammered and ...
... some must be very impatient. The first afternoon we went to millennium park - near that large silver bean thing - grabbed a hot dog and drinks and sat down for the free concert. Really lovely space and although the music was very odd we enjoyed the experience - there was a lot of park spaces to the downtown area looking out onto Lake Michigan. With large water fountains and and more water areas for the kids and adults to run through and cool down. The whole place even the ...
... of the Gibraltar skull.
4. Holding photos the Neanderthal skull, the exact photographs that Fuhlrott sent from Germany to Huxley, which Huxley and Busk used to detail their illustrations of the fossil.
3. The closing of our “Fossils to Genome” symposium, where we had an open discussion on whether or not William King (the man we were celebrating) was ...
... the Cloud Gate, affectionately known as The Bean.
Even outside the sculpture parks and the major loop you're surrounded by sharp graffiti, clever signs and plenty of uber cool people. Staying out in the gorgeous Wicker Park we were surrounded with hipsters, in a stunning hostel surrounded by shops full of beautiful things to buy and bars with lots of beautiful people drinking in ...
... of legs all facing different positions. Over Michigan Bridge we went: lots of bridges in this city with great gatehouses and sculptures in them. Hopped off the bus at block 37 and had coffees and cupcakes at Magnolia Bakery. Rich had a peanut butter and jelly cup cake and it was magnificent. Also on the tour was the Art Institute, Hilton, Field Museum, Soldier Field, Centennial ...