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... tourism must fall away. On previous visits, we have commented that we have rarely heard another foreign accent - this has not been the case this time, when we have seen or heard many tourists from Europe, New Zealand, Australia and Japan. 6). The outdoor café at Millennium Park will soon become an ice skating rink. 7). Shared outdoor areas on the top of apartment buildings and condominiums will need to have furniture and equipment packed ...
... Australia Zoo, but hidden from the pedestrian walkway by clever plantings of trees and shrubs. Apparently the Botanic Gardens has over 25,000 visitors per year and most come by car - entrance to the gardens is free, but car parking is $25.00 so I guess the board of governors is happy to accommodate as many vehicles as possible. We headed straight to the café for a sandwich which we ate outdoors under the weeping willow trees alongside one of ...
... mind. We did, however, also manage to justify another raspberry tart from the Amish stall; it has been popped into the fridge for consumption over the weekend. We left the markets about an hour after our arrival, weighed down by three bags of goodies - we should never have agreed to the free calico totes! Had a great cup of coffee at the newly discovered Intelligensia in Randolph Street, then walked up busy Michigan Avenue to Water Tower Place for a salad lunch in the gourmet ...
No excitement to report today. Pretty routine travel day. Heathrow was really easy to navigate through. Simply not as crazy as we have experienced in other visits. Our flight was a little delayed getting off the ground, but we landed on time in Chicago. A new immigration and customs procedure had many ...
... about 2 hours (which we haven't been told...). This resulted in a complete 0.00$ tip for a table of 5 people. We basically lost our afternoon in Chicago. However, Maris joined and the evening came closer. Downtown life was to be enjoyed, walk along the waterfront, the bean,... typical Chicago stuff as we could find little special things about Independence Day. Previously mentioned tents were set up for a celebration scheduled a week later - big disappointment. A concert was ...
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