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My World - Sears Tower
The morning of our last day in Chi-town was spent in part up the Sears Tower, the tallest building in the US. It was a beautiful day and the views were spectacular. This was looking out to the north, Lincoln Park and Wrigley Field. Looking south down the shoreline of Lake Michigan, along the Chicago River and across the industrial area. The Museum Campus to the south east is out on the peninsula. In the foreground the Shedd Aquarium and in the distance the Adler Planetarium and harbour area. To the East is the lake, Magnificent Mile and the green area just before the lake is Millenium Park. To the north east on the right is the Trump Tower and on the right is the Hancock Tower, which we preferred to the Sears as it was less crowded. And how high up were we? Well here's the Hubster holding his GPS to show our altitude above sea level was 1776 feet!