Winding between skyscrapers in the Windy City

Slightly Reworded

After a whirlwind of a first day in Chicago, my wife and I were looking for a relaxing way to spend our second night in the Windy City.

By happenstance, we passed a Chicago Architecture Foundation store on Michigan Avenue and decided to pop in. The foundation offers various tours of the city, and after some back-and-forth we settled on the River Cruise.

As far as spontaneous decisions go, it was one of the best I’ve ever made. The cruise was worth every bit of the $46 price of admission.

The hour-and-a-half journey on the Chicago River takes you past many of the skyscrapers that shape the city’s skyline. Our guide explained the history behind the buildings and the architects who designed them.

We went on a day when there wasn’t a cloud in the sky, so at some points I struggled to make out the finer points of the…

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