April 18, 2005
The tour was relaxing and peaceful. It covered a great many of the mansions on Lake Geneva that were built by Chicago businessmen around the turn of the century. There were sprawling estates such as the one owned by the Wrigley family. All in all, it is a tribute to grand excess. It was fun seeing the huge houses and imagining what it would be like to live there.
After the cruise, we walked across the street to Popeye’s for dinner, but that's another entry.
From journal Chicagoland's Playground