Meg Takes Chicago

12. Chicago Sailing

April 20, 2010
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Again, to be clear, I am NOT a seasoned sailor.. In fact, I’ve never even been sailing, but I figured new city new sport. Good thing I can charter a vessel and captain and enjoy Lake Michigan safely.

Looks like a ton of fun to me!

*Thanks Medicine Mon for the great video 🙂


11. Chicago Park District Golf

April 20, 2010
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To be clear, I am not a seasoned golfer.. I bought my first set of clubs this past summer and have yet to play a full nine holes. But I do love the game, especially the adorable outfits and the snack cart, obviously 🙂

My boyfriend Jon, however, is an amazing golfer and often doubles as my coach.. Bless his heart, as I can get a bit cranky on the course from time to time (again, until the snack cart rolls around that is).

Well, come June both of us will be relocating to Chicago and I cannot wait to take on a new course, I think.. Driving range at least. Lucky for me, Chicago Park District Golf includes a variety of courses, a driving range, putt putt, a learning course, a golf academy, and lessons all in the heart of the city!

Looks like it’s time for me to update my wardrobe!

*image via cpdgolf.com


A Few More

April 19, 2010
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11. Chicago Park District Golf

12. Chicago Sailing

13. Tails in the City


Wrigley Field 2.0

April 6, 2010
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I’m sad to report that the Cubs lost their opener 16-5 against the Braves. Better luck next time boys!


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The Next Set

April 5, 2010
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6. Lou Malnati’s

7. Shedd Aquarium

8. Soldier Field

9. The Art Institute of Chicago

10. The Magnificent Mile

Stay tuned friends!


5. Wrigley Field

April 5, 2010
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Because I know very little about baseball– most often sports in general– other than that the snacks are PHENOMENAL, I turn to YouTube for help in describing what’s to potentially come at Wrigley Field this season.


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The First Five

March 16, 2010
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And so the list begins…

1. Chicago Museum of Science and Industry – Smart Home: Green + Wired

2. Ed Debevic’s

3. Navy Pier

4. Sears/Willis Tower Skydeck

5. Wrigley Field

Stay tuned for details about my interests in each of these famous Chicago must sees.. You will surely be surprised at what’s to come!

*image via Google


    Megan Nehls

    Enthusiastic PR student graduating from BU in May, then taking on Chicago one must see at a time!

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