We packed a lot of activity into our short visit. The first stop was the Lego store. My nephew, Andrew, is a Lego genius.
That was exhausting and then we were hungry. I've already showed you a picture of the pizza we had for lunch but I didn't include this group shot.
This was before we ate - don't we look hot and hungry?
Outdoor dining surrounded by flowers. Can't get much better than that.
I could have taken a thousand pictures like these but every time I stopped by group left me behind.
Look closely and you can see her book to the far right.
This picture shows you what used to be a 3-car, attached garage. Most likely the first of its kind.
Then came the Museum of Science and Industry.
I have no idea what Peter and Mike are doing but they were engrossed.
I'm not sure if the dude on the bi-plane was Orville or Wilbur. I didn't want to ask and embarrass him.
A German sub.
Last but not least - The Museum of Contemporary Art.
And I totally forgot to tell you about my brush with stardom.
This guy, Fred Willard, stepped out of the elevator at the Ritz as we were entering.
Well, that's the last of our Chicago trip. It was such a great time.