During March Break, we took a trip to Indianapolis with Kristin to meet the Hart family. We had a wonderful time, including a tour of downtown Indianapolis and Newfields (aka the Indianapolis Museum of Art). You know what is awesome (besides the Hart family)? Indianapolis. It really is an impressive place, and we saw some great things.
After Indy, we left Kristin behind (she flew home) and headed up to Chicago. Finally, I got to go to Chicago! (For real, that is, not to be stuck in a giant convention centre.)
Our Chicago visit focused on architectural walking tours (our own, not guided) and a lot of time in art galleries. Actually, most of the first full day was spent in the Art Institute of Chicago, which is really really big and very impressive. My favourite building was the Chicago Cultural Center, because I had no idea what was inside it, or even if you could go inside, but walking into old buildings can really pay off. Most of the Chicago Part 2 photo album is dedicated to it.
After an afternoon and two full days in Chicago, we headed home with a stop in Leamington, and a visit to a very icy Point Pelee and the southern most tip of Canada.View the photo albums