Oak Park, Just Wright

U.S. by us

The drive from Indiana to Illinois was filled with wind turbines and farms. Pleasant but repetitive and just when it was getting boring, the skyline of Chicago appeared.

Oak Park is a western suburb of Chicago. It is most noted for the connection to Frank Lloyd Wright. The town, less than twenty minutes by the El from downtown Chicago, is filled with parks, massive Queen Anne-style homes and many Frank Lloyd Wright-designed homes.Before the guided tour of FLW’s home, studio and Unity Temple, we stopped at a small café, Munch, in downtown Oak Park. Revived by a delicious iced coffee float, we were ready to explore the beautiful architecture of the neighborhood.On our way to the studio, we heard some fun music blaring and saw a treasure truck. Yes, I went right over to see the treasure offering. Turns out this is a new Amazon venture.

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