Red Roof PLUS+ Chicago - Willowbrook
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Our luggage finally arrived at around 1.00am! Wendy was the first to head down to the front desk to retrieve the suitcases and consequently the first to discard the travel weary clothes for a fresh replacement outfit. Refreshed and decked out in clean clothes, we caught a taxi across town to a Mexican market south-west of S & M's apartment. The market is largely a trash and treasure affair but the main draw card for ...
... with no people in them, but as we arrived just around 1230, people were everywhere and you just have to politely wiggle your way in, take your photos with everyone else in it. The bean's highly reflective after all, so you'll always get more than you think. The west side of the bean (away from the water) does seem to have a slightly smaller crowd, and it's a better spot to get a reflection of the skyscrapers on the metallic surface.
Taking advantage of ...
... down the tyres!
The sun slowly baked our fair skin, as there was no shade, but luckily I had a small brolly, so used it once I'd moved to the side of the boat.
The tour took an hour, back to the dock, where we then took a walk up to Millenium park.
There were hordes of people around, as it was family day there. Such fun watching the antics of the kids ...
... comedy club is Chicago. We saw a partly improvised show about the last 50 years of news. We didn't necessarily understand all the context as it was based on American news but it was still hilarious. Our favourite skit involved the same scene in a family replayed in different years depending on what year the audience called out, with attitudes and objects to match each year. That was just unbelievably funny! After the show finished we walked ...
Today we were on a mission to fit in a jam packed day of sightseeing in chicago. So we were up at 7 and after eating breaky at the hostel we were off ready to go for the day. Our first stop was millennium park so we could see it during the day. I was amazed by how little amount of people were there but I guess tourists usually don't get up and sightsee before 8. We started at the bean and this piece of artwork was even more impressive during the day. The skyline so clearly visible in ...