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... Blue Line into Chicago. The tracks are between the two carriages of the interstate which is a weird experience but showed the value of the train as we were travelling faster than the cars. Scaled the former world'd tallest building, Willis Tower, which gave great views of the surrounding area. Hoped on and off a tour bus a few times which took me in a giant loop ...
... warm, they gave us free money!!.
Now for the exciting part we needed to find our way to stop number three (remember yesterday) I wanted to take photos of Macy's windows, that went well. Next was a coupon for a jewellery store a free gift (I can't tell, you Margaret is getting one for Christmas who said I am tight?) and a $50 gift card each, now it sounds good but there were only ...
... a task for a September game. I logged onto the Cubs website a few months before we left and simply bought tickets. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.
We arrived in Chicago just before noon, rented a car, drove to the hotel, checked in, jumped on the red line train, and arrived at the ballpark just in time to catch the bottom of the first inning.
Stadium - Wrigley Field is one of only two iconic stadiums left in ...
... with the CDOT Streetscape and Sustainable Design Program through the Project Director, Janet Atterain. Janet in turn connected me with David Leopold. Before I met with David at the CDOT offices, he suggested I visit the Pilsen neighborhood to see their Sustainable Streets project, and what is known as “The Greenest Street in America”. Cermak Road is wide and ...
... I don’t know how anyone can have a favorite, but there’s something for everyone at the museum. Even if art isn’t your thing, the architecture of the museum and the views over the park are spectacular so you could just grab a coffee on the rooftop terrace and relax.
The icing on the cake was our afternoon architectural boat tour on the Chicago River. It’s easy to be impressed with the ...