United States of America ·
3 Days ·
12 Moments ·
29 April 2018
On sunday we went to the Skydeck in the Sears Tower, which has for little boths made out of glas. It was realy cool but at the same time we couldn't enjoy it too much cause there were so many people queueing up that everyone was only given a limited time.
28 April 2018
Later we walked to the Navy Pier. I liked the Ferris Wheel and we had a great view of Chicago's skyline , but other than that I need to say that it was not quite that spectacular.
Historic Route 66 Sign
Our next stop was at the 'Greetings from Chicago' mural, sooooo pretty😍😍
After the bus tour we had our first Chicago style deep dish pizza, which is more like a quiche than a pizza in my opinion. We were both pretty sceptical until we finally tried it and I must say it is really delicious! We had another one on the next day!
The Chicago Theatre
Saturday morning we went on a 4h guided bus tour where ee got to see the most important spots of the city. Such as the skyline, 'The Bean' (Cloude Gate), Millenium Park, Chinatown and the Chicago Theatre.
27 April 2018
Watertower at the Magnificent Mile
Cubs Baseball Game
After the flight to Chicago (which was my first flight by myself btw) I got picked up by the shuttle which took me to our hotel.
I went for a short walk around the area while I was waiting for Michi. Later we went to a Cubs baseball game at Wrigley Field. It was a cool experience but tbh baseball is one of the most boring sports if you ask me. Since it was freezing (and we were not even sitting in the sun) we left before the game was over.
Michi and I spent our afternoon walking around the Magnificent Mile (Michigan Ave) and eating at the Nutella Cafe!