|Entering the city|
|with Nandini Somshekar family|
The next morning, Saturday, 19th April, we left at 8.30am for the day's sightseeing.
|at the SHEDD AQUARIUM|
|WATCHING DOLPHIN SHOW|
Beautifully arranged ocean and sea species, see lions, and whales and 4-D show witnessed.
|From the top of SKYDECK. Willis Tower|
We went by by bus and walked to the next visiting place which was 103 storey, skyscraper, earlier known as Sear's Tower. Lot of crowd, lines and it was organized. Reaching 1968ft in 1 minute was amazing experience.Sitting on the glass window at that height was an experience.
LAKEFRONT WALK.... We walked a distance of more than 3 km through the lakefront walkaway got into the car...
DEVON STREET.... Another place 8 miles from dowtown, where Indian and Pakistani shops, groceries and hotls are in plenty, We also had masala dosa costing $8.00 (Rs500/-) in Udupi hotel, not very tasty and too costly.
|BEAN, MILLENNIUM PARK|
As Chicago grew, its residents took heroic measures to keep pace. In the 1850s, they raised many of the streets five to eight feet to install a sewer system – and then raised the buildings, as well. Unfortunately, the buildings, streets and sidewalks were made of wood, and most of them burned to the ground in the Great Chicago Fire of 1871.
written on 22nd April 2014