Here are the photos from the second and third days of my trip to Chicago.
After waking up, showering, eating breakfast, and playing a few games of League of Legends, we left to take the CTA to Oak Park.
On the train ride there, Ed played some intense Candy Crush.
This is right after arriving at Oak Park and getting off the CTA loading area.
On the way to the movie theater in Oak Park, we came across this house. If you take a look at the gutter, you will see that the owners of this house appear to be collecting leaves in there.
We also came across a plant with very soft, fuzzy leaves.
While Ed was feeling the leaves, cool guy Hao walked ahead of us.
“Why is the top of that church so shiny?” “Because it’s piercing the heavens.”
As we got closer to the movie theater, we decided to get some food before watching the movie. On our way to finding a restaurant, Ed tried to take a photo that looked like he was holding a car. He failed.
Ed and I went on a trip to Chicago to visit his old roommate, Hao (who you might already know as someone with whom I frequently play League of Legends).
We got on the train to travel from our home village to the Chicago city area. In the photo you can see Ed’s chin and his headphones, artistically obstructing the view out the window.
After completing our train ride and taking our first steps of the day into Chicago, we came across this structure. Ed said that it was the “Olympic torch for giants.”
Then we noticed that it was actually called the Batcolumn.
Ed decided that he likes the name “Olympic torch for giants” better.
While we were walking from the train station to Hao’s apartment, we walked across the highway.
As well as this brilliantly named restaurant – El Famous Burrito.
We also walked across this truck whose logo resembled a Pokéball.
After a bit over a mile of walking, we finally made it to Hao’s apartment.