The Blackstone A Renaissance Hotel
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... going to walk across them without any harness and the second walk was a shorter one but blindfolded! Madness!! I had to see it with my own eyes to believe it. We saw online it was starting at 6pm so rushed down just before to get a good spot. Not a lot happened for over an hour and we were standing in the freezing cold. We met a journalist who interviewed Jonty and Theresa. She said that the Discovery channel had a 2.5 hour slot so we knew it ...
... The artistic detail on the gilded interior lampposts is simply stunning.
From there we set out with a beautiful walk along the river, which meanders right through Chicago. There are river walks, cafes, and other interesting features lining the banks, all beautifully designed. It is part of city ordinance that all. We had a delightful lunch at the Riverwalk cafe and watched the boats go by. (The Chicago River by ...
... and all the really tall skyscrapers. The architecture and scenery were very pretty and Chicago is now one of our top cities in the States.
We would like to say big thank you to Kate, Alex and all the family for the generosity, hosptality and great food.
We left Chicago on the 3rd of September to fly to LAX in California.
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