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ANDY AND CINDY'S WEDDING

February, 2008 in Chicago
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Ceremony: Holy Name Cathedral
Reception: Biagio!

Ceremony:

Holy Name Cathedral  - Ceremony - 735 N State St, Chicago, IL, 60610, US

Holy Name Cathedral

735 N State Street
Chicago, IL 60610

Reception:

Biagio!

4242 N Central Ave
Chicago, IL, USA

Hotel:

Best Western River North - Chicago, IL

125 West Ohio Street
Chicago, IL, USA

Hotel:

Crowne Plaza Hotel - Hotel - 733 W Madison St, Chicago, IL, United States

Crowne Plaza Metro

733 W Madison St
Chicago, IL 60661, US

Hotel:

Four Points Downtown Chicago Hotel - Hotel - 630 N. Rush Street, Chicago, IL, United States

Four Points Sheraton

630 N Rush St
Chicago, IL 60611, US

Hotel:

Hyatt Regency Hotel - Hotel - 151 E Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL, 60601, US

Hyatt Regency Hotel

151 E Wacker Dr
Chicago, IL 60601, US

Hotel:

The Sofitel Hotel - Hotel - 20 E Chestnut St, Chicago, IL, 60611

Sofitel Chicago Water Tower

20 East Chestnut St
Chicago, IL, USA

Hotel:

Swissotel - Hotel - 323 E Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL, 60601, US

Swissotel Chicago

323 E. Wacker Dr
Chicago, IL, USA

Hotel:

James Hotel Chicago: Hotel Reservations - Hotel - 55 E Ontario St, Chicago, IL, United States

The James Hotel Chicago

55 East Ontario
Chicago, IL, USA

Restaurant:

Avenues At the Peninsula - Restaurant - 108 E Superior St, Chicago, IL, USA

Avenues At the Peninsula

108 E Superior St
Chicago, IL, USA

"Stunning cuisine, fine wines, and gracious service are seamlessly combined to create an unparalleled dining experience, nestled in Chicago's finest hotel. Enjoy the culinary creations of Chef Graham Elliot Bowles, named one of Food & Wine Magazine's Best New Chefs in 2004 and nominated as a Rising Star Chef by the James Beard Foundation in 2006. Chef Bowles's culinary philosophy is based on the simple premise of allowing pristine ingredients to taste like themselves. This is achieved by following the recipe of blending equal parts of creativity, technique and aesthetics."

Restaurant:

Lou Malnati's - Restaurant - 439 N Wells St, Chicago, IL, United States

Lou Malnati's Pizzeria

439 N Wells St
Chicago, IL, USA

"Chicago style deep dish pizza is the heartiest of the pizza varieties and typically eaten with a knife and fork. The dough is patted out by hand and raised up high on the sides of a seasoned deep dish pizza pan. Contrary to some beliefs true Chicago style pizza does not have a thick crust, it's a relatively thin crust pulled up high on the sides of a deep dish pan to encase the delicious ingredients."

Entertainment:

Oprah Winfrey Show - Entertainment - 139 N Aberdeen St, Chicago, IL, USA

Oprah Winfrey Show

1058 W Washington Blvd
Chicago, IL, USA

Entertainment:

United Center - Chicago, IL - Entertainment - 1901 West Madison Street, Chicago, IL, United States

United Center

1901 W Madison St
Chicago, IL 60612, US

"The United Center, home to the Chicago Blackhawks and Chicago Bulls, is the largest arena in the United States."

Entertainment:

Untouchable Tours - Entertainment - 600 N. Clark St., Chicago, IL, United States

Untouchable Tours

600 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60610, US

"A two-hour bus tour passes famous gangster spots such as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre site, Holy Name Cathedral, the Biograph Theatre and more...."

Attraction:

Adler Planetarium - Attraction - 1300 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL, USA

Adler Planetarium

Adler Planetarium
Chicago, IL,

"The Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum in Chicago, Illinois was the first planetarium built in the Western Hemisphere and is the oldest in existence today.[1] The Adler was founded and built in 1930 by the philanthropist Max Adler, with the assistance of the first director of the planetarium, Philip Fox. It is located among the Shedd Aquarium and Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago's Museum Campus on the shores of Lake Michigan. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1987.[1][3]"

Attraction:

Chicago Water Tower - Attraction - Water Tower, Decaturville, TN 38329

Chicago Water Tower

Water Tower
Decaturville, TN 38329,

"The tower, built in 1869 by architect William W. Boyington from yellowing Joliet limestone, is 154 feet (47 m) tall. Inside was a 138 foot (42 m) high standpipe to hold water. In addition to being used for firefighting, the pressure in the pipe could be regulated to control water surges in the area.[2] The tower gained notoriety after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. While some incorrectly believe that the tower was the only building to survive the fire, a few other buildings in the burned district survived along with the tower.[3] But the water tower was the only public building in the burned zone to survive, and is the only one of the surviving structures still standing. In the years since the fire, the tower has become a symbol of old Chicago and of the city's recovery from the fire."

Attraction:

Field Museum of Natural History - Attraction - 1400 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL, USA

Field Museum

1400 S Lake Shore Dr
Chicago, IL, USA

"The Field Museum was founded to house the biological and anthropological collections assembled for the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893. These objects form the core of the Museum's collections which have grown through world-wide expeditions, exchange, purchase, and gifts to more than twenty million specimens. The collections form the foundation of the Museum's exhibition, research and education programs, which are further informed by a world-class natural history library of more than 250,000 volumes."

Attraction:

John Hancock Observatory - Attraction - John Hancock, Williamsburg, VA 23185

John Hancock Observatory

John Hancock
Williamsburg, VA 23185,

"The Hancock Observatory is open daily from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. (last ticket sold at 10:45 p.m.) and is located at John Hancock Center, 875 N. Michigan Avenue, Chicago. The newly renovated Hancock Observatory will meet your loftiest expectations! Experience spectacular views spanning up to 80 miles and 4 states. Explore our site to preview a favorite Chicago attraction! Bring your cameras and camcorders so that you will be able to keep photographic memories of your visit, no tripods allowed though."

Attraction:

Millenium Park - Attraction - Millenium Park, N Wolf Rd, Northlake, IL

Millenium Park

Millenium Park
N Wolf Rd, Northlake, IL,

"Millennium Park is an award-winning center for art, music, architecture and landscape design. The result of a unique partnership between the City of Chicago and the philanthropic community, the 24.5-acre park features the work of world-renowned architects, planners, artists and designers. Among Millennium Park's prominent features are the Frank Gehry-designed Jay Pritzker Pavilion , the most sophisticated outdoor concert venue of its kind in the United States; the interactive Crown Fountain by Jaume Plensa; the contemporary Lurie Garden designed by the team of Kathryn Gustafson, Piet Oudolf and Robert Israel; and Anish Kapoor's hugely popular Cloud Gate sculpture on the AT&T Plaza. Since its opening in July 2004, Millennium Park has hosted millions of people, making it one of the most popular destinations in Chicago."

Attraction:

Sears Tower - Attraction - 233 S Wacker Dr, Chicago, IL, 60606, US

Sears Tower

Sears Tower
Chicago, IL,

"It was the world's tallest building from 1973 to 1998."

Attraction:

John G Shedd Aquarium - Attraction - 1200 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago, IL, USA

Shedd Aquarium

John G Shedd Aquarium
Chicago, IL,

"Shedd Aquarium has been a Chicago icon and a leader in the zoo and aquarium profession for more than three-quarters of a century."

Attraction:

Wrigley Field - Attraction - 1060 W Addison St # 1, Chicago, IL, United States

Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field
Chicago, IL,

"Wrigley Field is a baseball stadium in Chicago, Illinois, United States that has served as the home ballpark of the Chicago Cubs since 1916. It was built in 1914 as Weeghman Park for the Chicago Federal League baseball team, the Chicago Whales. It was also the home of the Chicago Bears of the National Football League from 1921-1970. It was also called Cubs Park from 1920 to 1926."

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