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... with braised goat was a very unusual brunch but damn it tasted good! And of course on one of the days I had the shrimp sandwich from the sandwich store in the French Market. (Now that was darn good too) Well if you haven't guessed already, Chicago was a very indulgent city! This we decided to make the most off for every meal! Oh and shopping, (on the quiet, I bought five pairs of shoes! yes more weight in my luggage I know! But I'll just buy some more handbags to fit it ...
... in. Next we got the train to Chicago which has become one of my favourite cities. We were lucky with sunny weather and saw the bean in all it's glory. The first day we also went up Willis tower and stood on 'the ledge', a glass ledge protruding from the building on the ridiculously high up- amazing views of Chicago every way you looked. Cant say it wasn't a bit unnerving as well. We had the obligatory deep dish pizza, did ...
... safe keeping. I know how Schepelle got into trouble now. We up to the room and it is huge. Construction going on but we will get over it. Back to the hunt. Left there and headed for the south loop club for some Buffalo wings and beers. No sign of the terrible two. However, I have established that there are more Russian barmaids in Chicago than in Moscow. Hunt to continue. Boris ...
... hotter. None of this 'wind' that this city is meant to be famous for, just hot.
I walked up along Michigan Avenue, where many of the buildings Chicago is famous for are. I stopped in a few shops along the way, and I have to say that Chicago definitly has the best range of souvineirs I have seen so far in America. A lot more classy than much of what I have seen. Still tat, admittedly, but a higher class of tat. I crossed back over the Chicago RIver in front ...
... an opportunity to
with some of our department residents and faculty members and also be
tour of the institution.
If you are traveling with a guest,
he/she is welcome to accompany you to our
reception. Business Casual attire
is appropriate for the Friday evening
If you require hotel
accommodations, we have secured a special Loyola rate of
$79.00 at the nearby
Hampton Inn in Westchester, ...