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... and I loved it, Cameron's attention a bit harder to hold. We could have spent all day at the Field but we had to move on.
- the Adler Planetarium. We made it just in time before a lightning storm hit. We saw two excellent shows - one in a traditional domed planetarium and Cameron spent a happy hour playing in the Planet Explorers Children's section.
- The observation deck at the Willis Tower (formerly Sears) on the 103rd floor for ...
... teams are big rivals the tickets are expensive $40 to stand (no thanks, not for 9 innings) or $65 for an obstructed view (umm no). The scalpers cheapest tickets are $50 so we decide to just take some photos and jump on the train again.
We try to get to a club that plays blues in the afternoon - Buddy Guys Legends bar. We get there just a little too late. The set had just finished. Boo again. We settle for having a drink at the bar. The place is pretty cool to look at. ...
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... the run to go first to third. Nice guy though. The stadium was rather drab with dark gray being the dominating color. The left field upper deck was a kid zone with a wiffle ball diamond and other kid friendly activities. Along the outfield walkway were a series of statues honoring the White Sox greats of the past. A party deck in center field provided a back drop for the batter's eye covered in ivy (I wonder how the fans from the north side ...
... the length of the Brown line. This line winds around between houses and gave us another look into people's lives. They do it tough here, wages are low, unemployment high, lots of social problems (another two shootings last night), but everyone is very polite and friendly.
They call Chicago the Crossroads of America because of all the different races and religions, it is a big transport hub, and many important inventions ...