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chicago: part II

2013 August 11
by dena

DSC_0047the next day in chicago all of our local friends were at work and we were on our own.

DSC_0046we ate the cheapest breakfast: $3.25 for a big plate of rice + beans + and migas. we recommend this place.


DSC_0041patterned shirt twins walkin down michigan ave to the L blue line station. up next, millennium park for our FREE walking tour given by a retired old person local.






DSC_0087we ultimately decided not to do anything touristy on this trip. JUST KIDDING. thats pretty much all we did during the day light hours.


DSC_0120i waited alone in front of the fountain for a long time, i was waiting to see the face spit out water, but i didn’t wait long enough.

DSC_0113we came back to this pavilion later in the evening for a free Broadway show. i got to sing all the queen ‘we will rock you’ musical songs. we sat on the sidewalk and ate our pizza leftovers, we looked a bit raggedy.


DSC_0110this exhibit was in the chicago cultural museum, it showed hip and eco friendly things happening all over the world, turns out most cool things happen in NYC. i did get to show off about knowing magda the knitta please lady from houston.


DSC_0121we can now leave chicago happy. we had hotdogs, saw the bean, and ate deep dish pizza.

2 Responses leave one →
  1. Sandy Douglass Abalos permalink
    August 11, 2013

    What, no Billy Goat Tavern?
    Cheezborger, Cheezborger, Cheezborger. No Pepsi, Coke. No Fries, Cheeps.

  2. Cindy permalink
    August 11, 2013

    The pizza looks yuuuuummmyyyyy!

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