Leaving Chicago

Now the easy part going into the Chicago Harbour to start our trek on the Chicago River and what a site to run through the centre of Chicago.  I have lots of pictures and the name of all the street we went under this is fun.

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As you can see this is the harbour entering the first lock I don’t have time to take pictures  to enter the lock but you can see there are many boats and cruising boats going through the first lock.

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Now Cameron this is a city constantly building they have cranes working all over the city I will show you several of these.

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Here’s the Trump Building.  So much glass you will see the reflection in the water on some of these buildings.  Now I will give you some of the street we went under.

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There are shops and restaurants all along the walkways on both sides of the River you can stop and tie up to have lunch or take one of the water taxi’s to ;your favourite spot.

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Okay I missed this street name so you figure it out and get back to me.  Thank you

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Now this is quite the marina you keep your boat here, your car here and live in the condo plus have all the shops and eating places you can imagine.

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two street in one on this one Clarke and Lasalle St.  Ps we walked a long way on Clark St our first day here.

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Not such a good picture again sorry folks.

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So some of these buildings have the reflection of the water on the buildings.  The next picture I tried to capture our boat in the reflection on the building you can see boats traveling through the river in the building.

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I will catch you soon more to come.  This is another one where the bridges are really close together so I got the picture of both bridge names.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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