We had lunch at the Italian Village which was pretty good (salmon/roast chicken breast) and very filling.
The Art Institute of Chicago is excellent but very difficult to navigate. We spent a lot of time trying to figure out where we were. The French impressionists and American paintings were very good, also the Chagall America Windows, I was pleased to see a Monet of the Gare St. Lazare and Pisarro's painting of the Crystal Palace. We were getting tired but had to see the exquisite miniature rooms depicting different periods and styles, all in 1" to the foot.
|Monet Gare St. Lazare|
|Monet Water lillies|
|Grant Wood American Gothic|
|Marc Chagall America Window|
Supper was a sub and a cupcake.