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... about life in Chicago and life in London, accompanied by juicy ribs and cold (locally brewed) beer. Nice!
It had to end though, so we trudged off to continue our exploration. The Architectural River Tour came highly recommended, bizarrely, so we booked on it with some scepticism and spent a pleasingly educational and entertaining hour hearing about the significance and history of some of Chicago's buildings, both old (the trade ...
After the unfriendliest introduction at customs Chicago's charm is taking over with fantastic food, great architecture and genuinely fun people and things to do. Cubs baseball game was class- quote of the day shouted by the lady behind us: "Was it over when the GERMANS bombed pearl harbour?!" ...Brilliant The following day we ...
... up we walked through some of the gardens on our way to the water features. These on the other hand are definitely better at night because the colour and photos didn't always come through. Off we walked to the water fountain which pumps so much water through with such power it was cool to watch. While we were walking through the millennium park area we noticed so many different pieces of quirky hidden artwork. You could easily get lost in there for days. Once we finished in the park ...
... So very grateful.
The wheel is turning
and you can't slow down
You can't let go
and you can't hold on
You'd think, having just won the Stanley Cup, the Chicago Blackhawks would be an entertaining team to watch. Wrong. Or they weren't tonight at least. We had tickets / I was dragging everyone to the game against Calgary Flames at Chicago's United Center. I was already in a dilemma as my rule of thumb is to always cheer for the Canadian team over the US team. However, it's also the done thing to cheer for the home team, who is your host. It would be kinda rude to ...