For our last day in Chicago, we wanted to do something fun. Which is why we spent all morning on the phone with the U-Haul regional office and tracking down our moving van and tow dolly all over south Chicago because they had royally messed up our reservation. I kid! We didn't really want to be doing that, but the cards were not in our favor. We devoted a huge chunk of time just tracking our gear down and then once we got it back to the apartment, we spent most of the hottest part of the day loading up the van with all our junk. Once THAT was over, we decided it was time for some fun.
First up, one last set of pictures at the park with the little house.
Us at the little house.
Then we headed downtown and stumbled across a free concert at Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park. I think the pavilion is so architecturally interesting and beautiful.
After that we went to the Hancock building to have drinks at the Signature Room on the 96th floor. The entire city was lit up and it was quite the view. Plus the cocktails are strong enough to help me forget that I'm afraid of heights. I hadn't been to the Signature Room in over a year and had forgotten how wonderful the view is. Once we were done there, we headed home to rest up for the next day and the 9+ hour drive to Pittsburgh. Goodbye, little house. Goodbye, Chicago.