Chicago, 2019 – Part 2

We had two extra days after my aunt’s memorial service, so we rented a car the next day – Sunday, to tour Chicago. We shot photos of the typical Chicago icons.

Tribune Tower and Chicago River
Museum of Science and Industry
Marshall Field Clock

Since we had never been to Millennium Park, we stopped there. It was a Sunday and crowded with families. The entire park was wheelchair accessible with ramps alongside steps.

According to Wikipedia, the park has won awards for accessibility and its green design. The park is also free and sits atop a parking garage.

Entrance to the Park
My scooter allowed me to traverse the entire park
Map of Millennium Park

On Monday, we met my sister to eat lunch at Navy Pier. I had not been to Navy Pier since I was a college student attending summer school to complete an elective. Obviously, a lot had changed!

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