This stretch of road is packed with things to see and do. It's also one of the most exclusive streets in America. There's great shopping to be found including Tiffany's and FAO Schwarz.
Surely no one would want to visit Chicago without strolling along Michigan Av., visiting Water Tower place, checking out the shopping, just taking in the city!
Christmas in Chicago, how special is that!!! Go to Millenium Park and enjoy some ice skating then go back to shopping. Have fun!
This big building pictured here is the "One Chicago Place" shopping mall on Michigan Avenue. It's very picturesque inside, and the top floor is a food court with great views over the streets below.
At the rear of the photo is the old London Guarantee Building by the Chicago River. Built between1922 – 1923. On top of the building is a Greco-Roman tempietto.
Benito Juarez was the famous former peasant leader and liberator of Mexico during Abraham Lincolns time. His statue stands in the courtyard north of the Wrigley Building.
Built in 1869 right in the heart of Chicagos Magnificent Mile shopping district, this is Chicago's oldest tower. It was one of the few buildings to survive the great fire of 1871.
The white building at the rear is the headquarters to Wrigley’s Chewing Gum company. It was built in 1920 and is one of Chicago’s most well known landmarks.
Chicago Tribune Tower
This is the word's first skyscraper. The architects Howells and Hood won the 1922 competition to create 'the most beautiful office building in the world'.
Bloomingdale's is a very great place for shopping. When we were in Chicago the mall was completely covered by Christmas decorations.
Walk down the Magnificent Mile and see the sophistication and glamour.
Please go to the museum that is right at the sea front.
See the chicago Tribune building, right below.