Sybaris Downers Grove
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... s, fast food and restaurant outlets; together with souvenir shops, amusement rides, general shops and bars. Everyone was attempting to secure a view out over the water in anticipation of another excellent fireworks display. Patrons to a private function were queuing outside the venue while security checked their credentials / invitations. Many of the women appeared to have disregarded the weather conditions and came dressed in very little - mini skirts and high ...
... do might be do one in the day and one at night to see Chicago. Personally, the edge would have to go to the Skydeck at the Willis (Sears) Tower. Because it's slightly further out, you can actually see the other buildings that make up Chicago's famous skyline, they also have a better gift shop and it's more of a thrill to stand 1000 ft over the edge in a box with a clear bottom. Hancock wins the points for better lake views though.
Next stop, we ...
... for the start of Route 66 (remember we did it backwards as Santa Monica is the end point) in a park on Adams St. We are so happy that we've accomplished the Route 66 road trip. We take our happy snaps and start the Loop walk.
The walk just showcases some of the nicer architecture around the city. It is a mix of modern like the Trump Tower to the classic such as the Chicago Tribune building.
We spend some time in Millennium Park. There are fountains where ...
... place! Even in winter they have a skating rink there.
On our way back to the train we passed through the theatre district.
This afternoon we thought we would do as the locals do and make the most of the sunshine by heading to Oak Street Beach... well lake-beachish thing. The clouds had rolled in a little and the sun wasn't really poking through anymore so that ruled out swimming for us. Instead we pulled up a patch of sand and lazed about ...
We took Card #28 from the City Walks box this morning and caught the train to Western station, quite some distance (about thirteen stops, in fact) on the Brown Line route. We were headed to an area known as Lincoln Square, a former German enclave in the northern part of the city, and arrived there just before 11:00am - noting with interest that tomorrow will be the annual Apple Festival. A number of the shops had not yet opened, so we headed over to Café Selmarie for a ...