In this episode of Life Doesn’t Suck we visit Chicago Illinois.
We visit popular attractions like Shedd Aquarium, Millennium Park, Pritzker Pavilion, the Chicago Bean Cloud Gate, Buckingham Fountain (Married with Children Fountain), Willis Tower Sky Deck, Handcock Tower’s 360 Tilt, Lincoln Park Zoo, Wrigley Field, The Navy Pier Farris Wheel and the Field Museum where we check out The T-Rex Sue from Dinosaur 13 and Egyptian Mummies.
Along the way we pass by some famous buildings including Chicago Sun Times, Trump Tower, Oriental Theater, Marina City, the Chicago Theater, and The Old Chicago Water Tower that survived the old Chicago fire. We also make a few pit stops at other water towers along the way explaining their importance to the flatlands.
We stop by the attractions off the beaten path like, Oz Park, the Shit Fountain, and the haunted Stickney House.
We enjoy Chicago Food including Chicago Dogs, Giordano’s Chicago Pizza, Garret’s Popcorn, Potbelly, and Webber Grill
We also make stops at some of Illinois most famous movie locations like Woodstock the city used for Bill Murry’s movie Groundhog Day, Joel’s house from Ricky Business, and Cameron’s house from Farris Buller Day Off.
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