Chicago Day 3: The Architecture River Cruise


Ben bought the 3 Days Go Chicago Card for our next 3 days adventure. It costs USD149 per person.

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Our first adventure was the Chicago Architecture River Cruise. We made it just in time for the first cruise of the day. The river cruise is a great way to see Chicago’s skyline from the river.

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Here are some of the photos we took for the river cruise. A raised bridge with the John Hancock Center in the background. John Hancock Center is the 4th tallest building in Chicago and 8th tallest in the United States.

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The reflection of Chicago skyline on the Nuveen Investments is fascinating.

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The above building is complete with boat landing.

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Willis Tower or more commonly known as Sears Tower design was inspired by a package of cigarettes. It’s the tallest building in Chicago and the second tallest in the United States.

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The Chicago Tribune Tower, a neo-Gothic design.

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The Trump Tower, the fourth tallest building in the United States and the second tallest in Chicago.

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Lake Point Tower is a residential building in downtown Chicago by the Lake Michigan.

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View of the ferries wheel at the Navy Pier.

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Under a bridge.

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The Centennial Fountain which shoots a massive water arc across the river on the hour, every hour.

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It was a great day to be on the river cruise with blue skies and few clouds. The river cruise is about an hour.

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