There's a good reason for all the names Chicago has; The Windy City, Second City, Chi-Town, Heart of America, etc. It's very large for its location, bussling with noise when you go downtown, and millions of things to discover outside of downtown. There are so many communities that they're spread throughout different areas. North lies the most expensive and the least bussle. You'll find it awfully quiet with fewer skyscrapers. Further south, the buildings are taller and the people are busier. Every corner has a restaurant and is typically packed in lines of workers, students, etc. 


But I have yet to discover what kind of people visit the North as well as the South. My goal after leaving Chicago is to know where I am without a map, just by knowing the environment.

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