Starting with the Architectural society, where they had a great scale model,
I find it an unpretentious city. People are extremely friendly.
This tower shares a name with me.
We had a picnic in a courtyard by the Art Institute, and then walked the Magnificent Mile. It is touristy, and I have done it before, but you have to do it. It's worth seeing. It was funny what I did and didn't remember. I remembered the Wrigley building from when I was 16, but I had forgot the Tribute is embedded with stones from sites around the world (including a few random ones I have since visited like Trondheim cathedral or Parliament in London).
Look! I found another crosswalk robot, like the one on College St, here in Toronto.
We went up the Hancock tower.
Even Tiffany's Atlas sculpture is apparent now a Blackhawks fan.
Then we went to a free classical concert in Millennium Park, featuring the Northwestern orchestra playing the music from The Red Violin.