Sculpture at the Daley Center
Tower from which you can see 4 states (Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and
on the west side of Chicago and especially the legendary Greek
Islands restaurant (Opaah!)
Park, a suburb to the to the west, to see homes designed by Frank Lloyd
Field, the other Mecca, for a REAL, old-fashioned, baseball game on real grass, with
people watching for free from the rooftops of the apartment buildings across
the street, all watching the Cubs lose
again. If you can stand some slow loading pages, here's a virtual
tour of Wrigley Field.
|The night before I
left I found out about a pair of photographic exhibitions at the Chicago
Historical Society: work of photojournalists who died in Vietnam and
Harry Benson's photographs of The Beatles.
Oriental Institute Museum is also very nice and The
Museum of Science and Industry is a lot of fun.
|And this doesn't
even get into clubs and bars and restaurants and funky neighborhoods and art
galleries and shops and ...