Let me just start by saying that Chicago was a very clean and beautiful city- minus the fact that it was very windy. When the school band and I first arrived, I was drawn to the huge buildings and the architect. I love visiting big cities, especially ones that have different architectural buildings.
We started our Chicago journey at our first stop; The National Field Museum. We got in line, went through security, and waited around ten minutes before entering. The group was divided into chaperone groups, but seeing as my friends and I were in grade 12, we were able to branch off on our own. The museum focused on our ancestors and included Continue reading “CHICAGO, ILLINOIS”