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Friday, April 19, 2013

Photo Essay: 48 Hours in Chicago


Upward view of the former IBM Tower (home of The Langham, Chicago) and the Trump International Hotel and Tower (partially in clouds.) Not a black & white photo; just an overcast sky and non-coloured buildings
Looking down from Trump International Hotel towards the Chicago River and Lake Michigan in the horizon.
Where Don Draper might have lived in Chicago in the sixties: The Marina Towers with their exposed parking garages
Overlooking the beautiful Wrigley Building (with the clock tower) and the Chicago Tribune building (to its left.)
Lunch at Sixteen at Trump International Hotel and Tower
Early cocktails at The Tortoise Club on North State Street
My glass of Prosecco
Quinoa and beet salad at Tortoise Club
At the entrance to the Tortoise Club
Palomar Hotel had these animal printed robes in my room, so I brokebacked them. Seemed like the right thing to do.
View from room 1111 at Palomar Hotel. Neat to see the Mies Van Der Rohe building to the right (where The Langham, Chicago will open this summer.)
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