New Years Eve Chicago part 1.

Chicago metra station
As you guys know I spent the new years eve weekend in the city with some friends :) we had SO much fun! As soon as we got to downtown we took the city train and went to another town 10min from Chicago downtown to eat at a Venezuelan restaurant (: Its been 4 years since the last time I ate food from my country! yuummyy ^.^ When we finally got to the hotel we all started getting ready and around 11:20ish we went to Navy Pier to wait for the countdown with fireworks (: it was an amazing experience and I couldn't wait to show you guys some pictures of my weekened ^.^

Como ya saben pase este finde en la ciudad con unas amigas :D! La pasamos super chevere! Apenas llegamos al centro de la ciudad, tomamos otro tren y nos fuimos a un pueblito a 10min de Chicago para comer comida Venezolana :)) se podran imaginar como estaba! super feliz!!!! tenia 4 a;os sin comer comida de mi pais~ >.< yumm yumm! Cuando por fin llegamos al hotel, nos empezamos arreglar y como a las 11:20 nos fuimos a Navy Pier para esperar la cuenta regresiva con fuegos artificiales ^.^ fue una experiencia espectacular y no podia esperar para mostrarles unas foticos de mi super finde haha :)) 
 Yuca, jugos de parchita y Guasacaca
FINALLY!!!!!! Venezuelan food :)))
Tajadas, arroz blanco y Bistec encebollado! yummy

 Pabellon con arepita
 Aripos ^.^ Venezuelan restaurant in Oak Park, Illinois.

Outfit of that day:
Winter jacket: Hollister (old) - 90$ new version
Jacket: Forever21
Top: Forever21 - $4.50
Jeans: Urban Outfitters - $54
Boots: Steve Madden - $69.95
Scarf: Guess by Marciano (almost the same one) - $29


  1. Ay! Esa comida se ve DELICIOSA!!! Tendre que ir a Arepo's la proxima vez que vaya a Chicago! Buenisimo post!