Here we are having the best dinner of the whole trip. We are at the very tippy tip top of the Hancock building. Outside the windows were hundreds of spiders that looked like black widows. I couldn't imagine how they survived the wind and the cold being that high.
I can't believe how big this city is, it seems even bigger because of the lake. I'm used to the mountains of Utah, so without them it seems huge!
This is us infront of the Biggest and most complete T-rex. I believe it is the one used on "Night at the Museum" Her name is Sue. She is at the Field Museum. They also have the Lions from the movie "Ghost and the Darkness" If you havenn't seen that one, it would be a great one for Halloween, it pretty scary especially since it's a true story. Man eating lions....Shiver.
This was one of my favorite things we did, we had dinner at the museum of science. We got to eat at the base of the only captured german sub. We were able to walk through it and hear the stories from the war. It's amazing how it seems more "real" when you are standing in the same place that they stood and placed your hands on the very same rungs of a ladder that all those years ago others were had climbed up.
Sorry it's a bit blurry.
Ugh, sorry I'm in them all. There were no kids to place in front of stuff. I hate our pics of stuff without people in them.
Anyway, it was a really amazing place to go. Lots of stuff to see and do.