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A Weekend in the Windy City

Frankly, I can’t believe it took me 23 years to get to Chicago. It’s got art, a hip food scene, great shopping, and a violent criminal history, everything I love in a travel destination! 616 more words

Travel

Cole Goes Ice Skating

Winter Blunderland

My fear of ice skating is deep-seated and completely reasonable. The likelihood of falling, bruises, and accidental throat slitting by the skate of a passerby is ever present in this ridiculous winter sport. 544 more words

Bucket List

Chicago for the New Year

Our holiday extravaganza in the United States continued as we boarded a plane to Chicago to brave the colder weather and visit with Gail (my mother-in-law), Kirsten & Eric (my sister and brother-in-law), as well as their two children, Maira (3.5) and Abby (almost 2).   1,260 more words

Food

Photographing the Windy City // Cloud Gate + Skyline [Video]

This (now past) year I got the best early Christmas present I have ever gotten: a trip to a city. As someone who would rather get experiences than things, I was extremely excited for this adventure. 338 more words

Photography

24 Hour Chicago

Due to my husband’s limited vacation time from work this year, all of our trips had to be not only shorter than usual, but strategic, usually involving long weekends and holidays that would limit the number of days he had to request off of work. 723 more words

Travel

Millennium Park ice rink offers more free skate lessons for the holidays

DOWNTOWN — Millennium Park’s ice rink is offering additional free classes for the holidays.

The ice rink at 201 E. Randolph St., which normally hosts free skating lessons on Friday and Sunday, will offer free lessons at 9 a.m. 67 more words

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