Steps To Everything - Navy Pier 31
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... whale and dolphin show and a 4D movie. We had never seen a 4D movie before - it was a short Ice Age animation from the franchise with all the characters including dinosaurs. As well as 3D glasses when something happened - like an animal sneezing - water sprayed on your face, wind rushed past your face. It was really good although Cameron was quite freaked out at the T-Rex roaring at his face so had to take the glasses off.
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"Hog butcher for the world,
Tool maker, stacker of wheat,
Player with railroads and the nation's freight handler;
Stormy, husky, brawling,
City of the big shoulders."
Carl Sandburg's 1916 poem, "Chicago"
Yes it was early on Saturday 9th August and we were on our way to the 3rd largest city in the US (after New York and Los Angeles) Chicago… or as it is also called ...
... amp;M and skip out of the store with my purchase.
We finally get to 360 Chicago and pay the $18 to get up to see the view. We refuse to pay the $7 for the Tilt. It is the "ride" where you stand against the glass pane and they tilt you 30 degrees forward. Yawn. We walk around the observation deck and take in the view, it is nice up there but for me its similar to Centrepoint Tower, CN Tower basically on top of any tall building.
Its lunch time and we head to ...
... after filming in the morning with the London crew; my family and I will spend some quality family time before my Mom and I have to depart for our trip! Our flight leaves at 6:15pm tomorrow night. We will be flying on united Airlines. The cool thing is that I haven't even been to O'Hare airport since I came from Romania when I was adopted, at the age of almost four! And now going back to Romania for the very first time!
... seashore and strolled a bit. The food buffets are abundant with a lot of new choices. We slept well, and enjoyed a bountiful breakfast... lots of fish!
The most repeated word of advice from our Israeli tour guide and our Moody guides is "drink plenty of water." They remind us of this continually. The dry desert climate here dehydrates one quickly. We have been drinking water like it is our ...