Westin Lombard Yorktown Center
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... 8216;underneath’ it into its curve and when looking up everything is reflected and merges into one big weird looking picture!The ‘Millennium Park has a lot more to explore and offers beautiful fountains and wells.
For me however, my foot comes in handy for once and I take it as an excuse to myself to rather go shopping now. Since I did not get to see much of Macys in New York –because it was disturbingly full ...
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... to tv's. well in fairness this Marshalls is 2stores in 1, the upper floor is Marshalls Home, with the lower floor being clothes etc. Jackets well they got jackets alright, and its not to hard to find one for Charlie however the biggest issue is him making up his mind what colour he wants! I decide to pick myself up 7pairs of Adidas socks for $10 and in actual fact we all get a couple of things for ourselves! With Charlie rugged up in his new jacket, the first thing I ask him ...
... space inside is so cramped it makes you wonder how anyone could stand to live inside for any length of time. The exhibition itself is fascinating and very detailed, covering the history of the sub, to what happened to its German crew after it was captured during World War II. And it makes for some very cool photos.
Another museum worth a visit is the Field Museum of Natural History. Coming from Ireland, where ...
... a good few hours going over them and can't help myself so I go over them again. After seeing them up close in person, I can safely say my favourite is James Tissot. Absolutely stunning pieces with great detail. To be honest, I totally ignored the "modern wing" and the "photography" sections. I saw what I came for. My feet have started to protest and I still have the walk back to my apartment to contend with so after a quick stop at the Museum Shop ...