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The Robot Revolution exhibit mostly featured drones and toy robots but there was also some drag and drop computer programming to try which I found amusing. I searched the museum store for something to buy but it was mostly just toys with only a few books on science that might interest me. I bought the return Metra ticket One-Way Zone B-A at p.m. First I went to a Pret A Manger store and bought a tuna baguette, a Honey Banana Bowl, and a can of coke.I also saw lots of bikes with innovative designs and model ships. Then I walked along the Chicago River and up the Magnificent Mile shopping corridor, then back down Rush Street.I learned a lot more about one of the nation’s great cities which I was surprisingly ignorant about.I’ve heard a lot about Chicago but I never really pictured it or had any idea what was to be found there.There are many high-rise residential towers overlooking the museum including The Grant.I had to walk around the Christopher Columbus statue in Grant Park to find the underground passage to the Museum Campus.Adult admission was .00 for the Explorer 2: Museum Entry and two ticketed experiences. I choose the U-505 submarine tour and the Robot Revolution special exhibit.It also cost me .00 for a coat check but a least they did not charge me extra for my umbrella. I spent a lot of time in this museum to get my money’s worth.
I rode the Metra train to the 55th/56th/57th Street Station.I took lots of photos of the Chicago River with the skyscrapers lit for the evening and I took some final photos of the iconic Chicago Theater.In conclusion my vacation in Chicago was a great cultural experience.I began my day with breakfast at the hotel; omelet and sausage patties, Yogurt, orange juice, banana, and coffee.I tried to eat as much as possible to reduce expenses.
For example, the “Science Storms” had a water vapor tornado, a tsunami tank, and a Tesla coil.