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... down and the lights illuminated the streets and other buildings. The water was so clear and blue. Dark clouds enclosed the building and we decided to take off. I think we scared ourselves hungry because we went right to this 3 course, pre-fix style lunch spot, Blackbird. Their concord grape sorbet was on point. Later on that night we went to find Chicago staples.. the red hot, deep dish & frozen custard. The next morning we went to ...
... wide streets and big cars - theses streets ooze money. It's a weird kinds place but again is beautiful in its own way. The train is following the.............. River on our right hand side. It's now dark outside nothing to see now, so no story to tell. Settling down for the night, I recline my luxury chair back as far as it goes, the leg extension is full out, if I had a quilt I would almost feel as if I was back home. Next stop that I will know will be Chicago. Game ...
... see as much as possible, and still enjoy it? I figure you make the most of it by taking the first step. That's all life is anyway. Thousands upon thousands of steps. Steps of fear, steps of courage, steps of ridiculousness sometimes. 'A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP' or so I've read. So cheers. Cheers to the unknown, and cheers to people looking at me like I'm crazy. Chances are, I probably am, and that's ok with me.
... like something you would see off “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding” which amongst the thrones of tourists definitely made her stand out from the crowd but was an acquired taste.
Jaume Plensa has several of his art collections in the park including his 50 foot cast iron head sculptures and Crown Fountain. The fountain was my favourite consisting of two glass block towers at each end of a pool of water. The ...
... br> parking and reserve a spot.
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Wow, what a day! One thing the Windy City offers (or any big city for that matter) is walking, walking and more walking and some whining (and I don't mean the wining I'm hoping for.) And a bleeding wallet. Food cost money. Parking cost money. Attractions cost money. Kids cost money. Money cost money (literally). But with all that comes ...