Sheraton Chicago Northbrook Hotel
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... with no people in them, but as we arrived just around 1230, people were everywhere and you just have to politely wiggle your way in, take your photos with everyone else in it. The bean's highly reflective after all, so you'll always get more than you think. The west side of the bean (away from the water) does seem to have a slightly smaller crowd, and it's a better spot to get a reflection of the skyscrapers on the metallic surface.
Taking advantage of ...
Today was awesome, despite Viks not getting her flight again(!). Me and Mel had another lazy morning before heading down for our first American Subway sandwich, sticking to the usual of course. We then wandered round looking for Nordstrom again, it was incredible and we hung our noses over all the handbags considering if $300 is too much this early into the holiday. ...
... hotel owners have asked for it to be changed but it's a no go. We walk our block and jump on the train, if only we had known yesterday, but then I wouldn't have got to see all the lovely houses so there is definitely a positive of getting off too early :) In Chicago we hop off the train and head towards Navy Pier, we walk along the river and it's just stunning, this city is so beautiful! It is relaxed in the city too, there a lot of people out walking, bike ...
... sculpture called "Legends, Myths and Truths" by Jun Kaneko amazing what you can do with colour, strips and dots.
We continued walking through the park, through Lurie Gardens, and the huge Jay Pritzker Pavilion auditorium. We wanted to cross the BP bridge to walk over to the Navy Pier, unfortunately it was closed, due to construction on the other end of the bridge. So we walked and we walked ...
... have turned up to walk around, hang out at the bars and restaurants and see the fireworks. We go to see the performance by Cirque Shanghai (sort of like a poor relation of Cirque De Soleil). To my surprise, it is really good - so much so that Ethan declares he is going to be a stuntman or acrobat when he grows up. At one point there are 5 motorcyclists all whizzing around in a "wall of death" spherical cage which doesn't really look big enough for ...