One of my favorite things about Chicago summers is the abundance of live music. FREE live music. Tonight, we will be enjoying The Carolina Chocolate Drops at the Pritzker Pavilion. For those of you living or visiting Chicago, the Pritzker Pavilion is one of the many great sites at Millennium Park. Whenever my husband and I have guests visiting Chicago (in the summer) our itinerary usually includes a picnic and live music at the Pritzker.
Are you familiar with The Carolina Chocolate Drops? If not, watch the video below. If you like them this link: The Carolina Chocolate Drops will lead you to their YouTube channel.
We have just returned from our five days in beautiful Seattle. We had a great time! For any of you considering where your next vacation will be I encourage you to consider Seattle. There was so much to do and experience, I have to break my Seattle recap into three different posts.
Today’s post will focus on the city of Seattle sights. A kid friendly city, we had no trouble using public transportation to get around. All the sights we visited were stroller friendly and our little guy loved every moment of it.
So what did we do?
We first visited the International Fountain and enjoyed a choreographed water and music show.
We continued our walk and found ourselves in awe of the Space Needle.
We took a ‘break’ and visited the Chihuly Garden and Glass Museum.
The next day we visited the famous Pikes Place Market.
Left Pikes Place Market to enjoy other sights of Seattle. The day was gorgeous. There was a light breeze and bright blue skies.
We then stopped at one of my favorite sights of the entire trip the Seattle Public Library.
We took a moment to appreciate the Olympic Sculpture Park and later in our trip visited Bruce Lee’s gravesite.
We indulged our love for music at the EMP Museum where we recorded our band, 3 Miles Island’s, first music video. Turns out our little guy is more of a DJ than a drummer.
We took a ferry to Bainbridge and admired the Seattle skyline.
We ended with one last view of Seattle from Kerry Park.
Have you been to Seattle? What’s your favorite sight?