The scene takes place in NYC but it needs to be Chicago. We stayed at the Millenium hotel (Palmer House?). We went to the Ellen Stardust diner (singing waitstaff) for breakfast, then we walked up to central park. Then we went to FAO Schwartz, then the Apple Ipod store, then we took the subway to the village to have pizza before going to a charming bookstore near the hotel. The order of it can be changed to make it more realistic. Thank you!!Can anyone change the scene from New York City to Chicago?
OK, you stayed at the Hilton on south Michigan Ave., went to Lou Mitchell's restaurant on Jackson for it's famous breakfast, then walked back est to Grant Park and visited Millennium Pasrk. Then you took a bus north on Michigan Ave to the Apple Store, Niketown and Water Tower Place. Later you took the Blue Line train to the Damen stop and Wicker Park where you had pizza and on-premises brewed beer at Piece. Then you came back to your hotel on Michigan ave, but first stopped ast the gift shop in the Art Institute of chicago and picked up a book on Monet.
not sure if that's what you meant, but...Can anyone change the scene from New York City to Chicago?
Shiloh, I know what you mean. I grew up in Chicago and love that city. I just think New York may have more historical ties to the United States than most other cities, also it is along the east coast and very close to many other major cities, so I don't think it's going to change anytime soon, especially with the attention that the 9/11 attacks drew to it.