We did lunch at the John Hancock Center, but we didn't get a picture.
We then headed back to Millenium Park with some friends before heading to Wrigley Field.
Afterwards we had a little rest for a bit (after a long morning of flying and sight seeing) before heading to dinner at Gibson's. It's an old school Chicago steak house, and it was delicious! My steak was cooked perfectly, and it was one of the most flavorful steaks I've had. Our side dishes and appetizers were unique and creative and were outside of the normal steakhouse box. I couldn't complain about a thing.
After dinner we went to have drinks at the bar at the Waldorf Astoria. It was perfect. The atmosphere was low key, but there was ambiance that allowed us to chat at normal levels and have fun with a big group. Everyone met up there after a few of us headed to dinner at different places (there were 8 people total hanging around the city together on Thursday).
Friday was the Architecture Boat tour (this was my third one and it's still interesting) and lunch at the Chicago Pizzeria Lou Malnati's. Delicious! If you go to Chicago you just must go to this place. We had a ball!
Before doing that, though, I met Meghan for a spin class at FlyWheel. This spin class was like nothing else. When you visit Chicago, or if you live there, you have to go. The bikes tell you your resistance and speed, and when you leave the class you can check the estimated calories and distance during the class. I'm spoiled now and was sad to return to my normal gym spin class with nothing fancy this morning.
Saturday was wedding day! We crammed ourselves into the limos provided to take us offsite to the wedding, and I had to take a picture. It was a funny ride!
We had a ball at the wedding. So much so that I didn't remember to take very many pictures...