Lots of half staff flags along the way, as we left on 9-11.
Oh so yummy...
The new hairclip!
After searching for YEARS, I finally found a good copy of my favorite movie ever. Thank you Chicago!
Swollen, puffy, sunburned feet after a day of walking in heels.
I think this was the largest macaroon I have ever held in my hand. And one of the most delicious.
Delicious. Pig. But, looks more like a rat...
Stumbled into this wonderful little bakery and was reminded of the little Mexican bakeries near my grandparents' house.
I love seeing wind turbines. The Husband build them for a living, so it's always cool to see them actually up and working in our travels.
Sunset near Peoria.
Underground parking garage. Can you believe that was a first for me?!
Typical Chicago, but amazing to a small town girl.
Something about all the metal and concrete and lights of Chicago really fascinated me.
I snapped this before he realised he was holding my purse...he he.
The Husband and I. The sun was stabbing our eyes and we were trying so hard not to squint, thus the serious expressions. I felt very "Boardwalk Empire" in this hat, on the pier. All I needed was a gun and a drink, one in each hand...
You can tell by the expression on his face that he takes this warning seriously.
At Navy Pier, before heading to the Art Institute. This was before the fateful switching of the shoes, which capsized my matching outfit(so unusual for me...hahaha).
Tiffany. Gorgeous. Wanted to steal.
I think there were more bikes in this garage than in the entire state of Iowa...
We took a wrong exit, got lost and then found ourselves in China town.
The Husband was thrilled to find Nascar peeps in the town we stayed overnight in. The first race of the Chase is happening today at Chicagoland!