There’s no city like Chicago

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Continuing our Chicago week, blogger Anna from }~* Viking Explorer *~{ gives us her thoughts on the sights and sounds of Chicago Illinois. You can find more travel tips and news of her explorations on her blog -Viking Explorer

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When I step out from Union Station, I am greeted by skyscrapers but only one stands out amongst all the rest. As I cross over the Chicago River via West Jackson Boulevard, I pass by the Willis Tower – ( but only a true Chicagoan still refers to the second tallest building in the U.S. by its old name…the Sears Tower!) – feeling like a little ladybug due to its momentous height.

Visitors crane their necks back trying to take a picture of the building while others quickly walk past to work or for home without sparing much of a glance. I always enjoy taking a peek at all the people who have flown far and wide to visit the Sears Tower and who want to catch a glimpse of the city from the sky-deck. If you were to continue walking straight, you would eventually come to South Michigan Avenue,  Millennium Park, Grant Park, and the stone lions that stand guard in front of…

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