We met in the lobby decided that it would be criminal not to visit one of Chicago's popular pizza joints, Gino's East. Gino's offered a taste of the famous Chicago style deep-dish pizza and we were ready to accept their offering. Outside it was torrential so it took three taxis to get us all safely (and dry) to the palace of pizza. The place wasn't I expected at all with graffiti covering every corner of the walls. I desperately wanted to try the deep dish pizza but settled for a regular pizza because the deep dish variety took AN HOUR to cook and I was hungry!
|Shucks, I forgot my tipex!|
The next morning I wrote my little sister a letter because she's recently taken an interest in letter writing. I thought it would be a nice touch to receive one from Chicago. I met a couple of the ladies at Starbucks and we went for a morning stroll. The rain was intermittent but I was ready for it - I am Scottish after all.
|Good Morning Chicago!|
|Wrigley Square at Millenium Park|
|The Architectural wonder that is 'The Bean'|
|Monkeying around with reflections. Check out the Skyline!|
|Hello Trump Tower.|
|The Michigan Avenue bridge opened to let some boats pass through. Ring-a-ling-a-ling!|