We had a corner room on the 22nd floor and this was our view. You could see Millennium Park as well as the lake.
While we were up in the Willis Tower I spotted the Flamingo sculpture from Ferris Bueller's Day Off. I was so excited when we happened to walk up on it after supper.
We aren't really food people so my only requests were Chicago hot dogs and Chicago pizza. Check on both of those. Eric doesn't eat cheese on pizza so I had a little pan sized one. It was so good and cheesy but not as thick as the full sized pizzas.
The next day we made the trip out to Wrigley Field. This tour was the only thing we had scheduled for the trip.
Eric was so excited the whole time. This is how he stands at work, I think he was thinking about swapping his orange and blue work shirts for red and blue work shirts, and then we remembered anything under 65* is too cold.
Boat tour at sunsetish.
I spent a lot of time looking up at the buildings. They are just so amazing. As was the American Girl doll store. Where we managed to walk out with only a couple of things for my niece. I wanted a doll so bad, they had one that looked just like me. And you can get their ears pierced!
I skipped out on the look alike doll, but I did end up buying something for myself for my 30th bday. A Longchamp Le Pliage purse is about as nice as I will ever own and if you know me you know it was a big deal for me to spend money on myself. I mean I agonized all weekend if I should buy a $19 shirt at Forever 21. I bought it :)
Then we shopped some more and rested before we went to Navy Pier.Somehow we always wind up at McDonald's on vacation. So where did we HAVE to eat at Navy Pier, McDonald's. Oh and no the sweet tea in Chicago isn't sweet tea!