Chicago, part 2

we walked to the brown line and took it downtown again. Bree walked us through the old Chicago public library (now the Cultural Arts building?) thinking I would like it, and boy did I. The mosaics, literary quotes, and architecture were one thing…but the classical pianist playing away under the Tiffany glass dome was almost too much for my little heart to handle!

The Tiffany glass dome:And we are off to Millennium Park and Sky Gate (aka the Bean).

The last two photos are from Buddy Guy’s Legends blues bar and the architecture tour. It was so nice to see my cousin in her adopted home of Chicago. What an amazing place to live! I can understand why she left us now. 🙂

After millennium park, we left Bree and Russ and drove up through Indiana and into Michigan.

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