A Tale Of Two Cities - Boston & Chicago
What a contrast between the clouds and fog on Friday and the bright sun on Saturday. Even with the clouds, the Chicago skyline still enchanted me. There's something about that city that made me feel very welcome and at home.
After our food blogger dinner, which I'll talk about more in a later post, we took the L or is it the EL? Either way, we took the train back to our hotel. It was the Red Line! Just like home! And guess what? The White Sox game had just let out and the train was filled with drunken Sox fans! Luckily they had won, so they weren't angry drunks. Just like home! And several people from Chicago complained about how the Red Line was always stopping for no reason and was very slow. Just like home!
During a break between Blogher sessions, I went to the top of the roof where they were setting up for the reception later that evening. It was fairly quiet, so I enjoyed the gorgeous view and took some pictures.
Since arriving back from Chicago, I had to jump back into work and have been eating leftovers.
You'd think a food blogger would have a few more things to eat in her fridge, so I got to some cooking tonight. Nothing fancy, just a simple quiche with some fresh basil, mushrooms, asiago, cheddar, and romano cheeses.
More Blogher posts coming up soon!
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