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... new (Sears and Trump towers). Much more interesting than it sounds - we learnt about how some buildings have zeppelin landing-towers, how Al Capone established a speak-easy at the top of one of the towers, and why several buildings are shaped like chairs.
The jet-lag had to kick in at some point and it was now. We sloped back to the hotel for a bit of a snooze and woke refreshed an hour later, raring to go again and craving a ...
... the willis tower for a birds eye view of the great Chicago skyline and then over to the impressive Chicago art institute. Feeling fully cultured we decided it was time to head out clubbing which on a Tuesday was a bit quiet but still a good laugh. On our final day in Chicago we went to the beach which was freezing. Alex and ...
... through the city to go to the willis tower which is the tallest building in chicago and at one point I'm pretty sure it was the tallest in the world. We went up to the 103rd floor and you had 360 degree views of chicago. Lucky for us it was a fairly clear day so we had amazing visibility. You really don't realise just how big a city actually is until you see it from high up. They also have these sky decks within the building that are like enclosed glass boxes that jut out from the ...
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... the Hawks fans, as a visitor to their city, without allegiance to either team, and cheer for the opposition. I should've stuck with my gut feeling! Dude, Blackhawks played like the Vipers -seemingly terrified to shoot :Op Strangely, though, the tally for shots on goal seemed to be steadily climbing, and way higher than I would have guessed. Anyway, I enjoyed it, purely because it was hockey, but I expected greater things from the reigning Champions. One ...