A day full of interest, full of pain, full of wind, full of more victory, and full of celebration. The city imposed these feelings through the day's adventures. The city's Museum of Science & Industry intrigued our minds to see transportation from the different ages and different modes. We saw the way the city was shaped through scale models and how express routes make long distance trips quicker through personal experience. It was all, but sadly a blur to me due to the fact that exhaustion knocks out the conscious out of me on the ride. Suddenly waking up to my destination shocked me and made me not think of the ride I was just on. The windy city truly showed us its strength when we biked around navy pier with full wind attacking my bare skin. During the bike trip, I noticed how that the city's water front is blocked with high speed traffic, making it seem hard to admire the beauty of the Great Lakes. A few scratches and shiver later, we completed it. A greater sense of victory was gain when we were lifted up the Willis Tower and gain 103 story views. The most amazing person during the visit was Lisa Yu. She showed so much composure and courage, facing her greatest fear of height by standing on that sky deck. Congratulation. Concluding the day, I found the city's transit could be a simpler one, but only with experience, it can be. Even though both San Francisco's and Chicago's provide similar services of public transportation but with what seems like a different and more complicated layout of routes. The city gave a unique feature with its train's elevated station which I loved because of the fact; it gave me such a nice nostalgic movie effect.