Residence Inn Chicago Deerfield
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... and set up their instruments for the daily live music sessions performed here every weekend. We were treated to some lively Latin Jazz for a while, before we set of on our journey to find the Blues whilst it was not raining. Another bus journey and we arrived at Grant Park where there were four stages running each with a different band playing. We went for John Nemeth and his band (from Memphis) as I had come to know of him from Paul Jones' ...
... were then entertained for 15 minutes by a show of fireworks that were as good as any we have seen. The show concluded with lots of cheers and applause and people wishing one another a happy new year. Champagnes were consumed before the account was settled, we rugged up and were on our way. We were soon ushered into a #65 bus that crawled back into the city through traffic and well wishers. We made the final dash from the bus stop to S&M's apartment in bitterly cold ...
... emerged -- it was in Chicago too that the first skyscraper was built.
Since then, Chicago with its famous and influential Chicago and Prairie schools of Architecture has long set the bar very high for any enterprising architect wanting to contribute something unique and lovely to the cityscape.
Altogether, it was a day well spent, and one we will always remember. (Pictures will follow).
... lake and city), and especially because of the 'The Tlit' which are pivoting glasses boxes that when you stand on them hydraulically push out away from the side of the building. James and I elected not to do this, Jane (surprisingly) and Lucy did. Conveniently The Cheesecake Factory is located underneath the Hancock Tower, and we went there for dinner, it remains I think my favourite American place to eat and ...
... some years and suddenly there is a momentary pause that speaks volumes before he replies ' it's good for my daughter' and there we are, engaged in migrant talk about which, of course, I know a great deal, and touch on the politics of Ukraine today and the difficulty of leaving ones homeland and I can feel the tears just out of sight and don't wish to embarrass him so, having connected so unexpectedly, I wish him well and we bid each other goodnight.