Detroit airport | Hannah & Husband

The Detroit airport is epic. EPIC. Detroit is actually on my list of places to visit soon. But next time I want to see the city not just the airport.

*/cue Willie Nelson/* “On the road again…” This time, after a quick layover in Detroit that included rad views of planes like the one above, we are in Chicago. I love market season! I’ll be sharing some to the trends we’ve seen a bit later in the week, but today I just thought I’d share some snapshots from the last few days.

in-flight selfie | Hannah & Husband

In flight selfie–I am very easily entertained!

"Look Into My Dreams" by Jaume Plensa | Hannah & Husband

This Jaume Plensa sculpture brings a beautiful presence to Millennium Park. It’s called “Look Into My Dreams, Awilda” and stands 39 feet tall.

The Art Institute of Chicago | Hannah & Husband

I love visiting the Art Institute of Chicago! Their collection is pretty amazing. Favorites include: the Impressionist collection, American folk art, and the sculptures in the Modern Art wing

Hair Goals | Hannah & Husband

Portraits & busts of men from the early 1800s always make me think of Husband. #hairgoals

Sketching in the Plitzker Garden | Hannah & Husband

This time I spent some time doodling in the Pritzker Garden.

in The Art Institute of Chicago | Hannah & Husband


rosé at Roof | Hannah & Husband

I’ve also been indulging in very sparkly cocktail hours. Prosecco at the Palmer House, Rosé at Roof. (*Please note the quote on the menu.)

view from Roof | Hannah & Husband

The views from Roof were pretty unbelievable. If you look closely, you can see “Cloud Gate” and Millennium Park.

I’m off to do some more exploring! It’s going to be a very busy week so stay tuned.

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One thought on “Chicago

  1. I love Chicago and it’s criminal that I don’t get up there as frequently as I’d like – it’s one of the few cities still relatively easy and cheap to get to from St. Louis. And, oddly enough, there are fewer places I enjoy hanging out during the winter than the Miracle Mile. There’s just something about strolling Michigan Avenue in the bracing cold that gets to me. Or maybe it’s the fact that I can watch the sun set at 5 p.m. while enjoying a cocktail in the lobby lounge of the Ritz Carlton and know I still have a full evening ahead of me.

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