Chi-Town Blog Master

     I was born and raised in the city of Chicago and I love my hometown like nobody’s business. I basically know where all the great places are in the city and there are gonna be places of interest, interesting people to be in contact with and so for. Anybody who lives in Chicago will tell you that it’s a great place to not only live, but to get into all the activities that the city has to offer and have the experience of a lifetime.

The Chicago River near the Marina City buildings.

     There is a lot to see when traveling in the city, whether it’s downtown, Greektown, Uptown, Old Town or Boystown and Hyde Park and Ravenswood or any other neighborhood in the city there is always something to do, see or explore to get a better understanding and knowledge of the Windy City (the Second City, the City of Big Shoulders, the City that Works and the I Will City, just to name few nicknames).

The Chicago Sky, the city’s WNBA basketball team.

Do some shopping on the Mag Mile, go see Sue the T-Rex at the Field Museum, visit the Adler Planetarium and learn about the solar system, or better yet, check out the U-505 submarine we captured during World War 2 at the Museum of Science and Industry or the gardens at the Garfield Conservatory on the West Side. No matter what a visitor does while here he or she gonna have a great time!😊😊😊

The John Hancock Building, on the right side of Lake Michigan.

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