What's a trip without an iconic tourist picture?
We then took an architecture boat tour on the Chicago River. This is the Trump Tower in Chicago, and the funniest thing to me is that no retailers will go into this building. It's been there about a year.
Wrigley Building. Laura told me all the numbers on the clock aren't Roman Numerals at all, but they're all W's. If you look at the picture you can tell.
We had SO much fun. Laura and Ashley were two of my closest friends in college, so it was amazing to catch up on life now and reminisce about life at Emory.
That night we went to a concert in Millenium Park. While the concert was great, I'm sure, the best was was packing a picnic and sitting with friends and people watching. We had a ball watching everyone around us.
Being silly...I don't wear my tennis shoes with jeans normally...my feet were just killing me and none of my shoes were agreeing.
On Saturday morning I met Meghan for a run along the Lakefront, which was beautiful. I ran 7 miles without even realizing how far it was. Oh you Chicago runners, how jealous I am of you and your temperatures and views. Aside for the beauty of the run, it was so motivational to see everyone running and training for different races along the path. There were hundreds of people.
On Saturday we ate lunch at the top of the Hancock Building. It's free to go up, and lunch is soo reasonably priced. It's not overly-amazing, but the views are.
And on Saturday night we went out on the town. We went to a few bars and ended up at an 80's place called Innjoy. We danced to 80's music I had long forgotten about.