The Hyatt Lodge at McDonald's Campus
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... Repair, Safelite Replace". Mary was on the phone with them about a minute after it happened and before we arrived at the hotel we had set up an appointment and gotten the claim pre-approved by our insurance carrier. About 15 minutes after we checked in to the hotel the technician was out here and about 30 minutes after that he had repaired the crack right in the parking lot. Although its only a temporary fix as we'll need ...
... an old church juxtaposed against an even taller glass skyscraper looked stunning and the moon in a small space between a large silver sculpture and an adjacent wall of a tall building likewise. Back via Cloud Gate by night so Jon could see the incredible sight of illuminated skyscrapers and still large numbers of people playing around and reflected in it, just magic.En route home the same African -American man I have passed and heard twice before sits playing ...
... up some hiking gear far cheaper than I would get it for in Australia. Headed home via Whole Foods, grabbing some chicken thigh fillets for dinner and ice cream to have with the apple pie afterwards. Sarah and Maggie weren't far behind me, the rest of the evening was spent preparing dinner and attending to household chores - including cleaning the windows, packing suitcases in preparation for our departure tomorrow and unpacking the very last of the cardboard boxes from the old ...
... going on, and the weather was absolutely freezing but all in all it was just a bit sad.
A majority of the animals were indoors. but one poor polar bear, one tiger and a lion were left out to play, all on there own and it wasn't the best fun to watch them pacing. The ugly smelly camels at the other end of the park seemed happy enough though.
The Shedd Aquarium was a rather different affair. Visiting on the Saturday of Spring ...
... we deserved some sustenance so had a hot dog at Portillos.
Spent a pleasant hour at the Driehaus Museum - amazing Tiffany exhibition in an impressive old house, then walked back to the Hancock Tower. Up to the Signature Lounge for cocktails while we watched the sunset - magnificent! Dinner at Deco in our hotel
Sunday - Relaxed in our suite until check-out then headed back window-shopping along ...