Thursday, June 19, 2008

Chicago Trip -- McDonald's Museum

On Thursday, we toured the McDonald's museum in Des Plaines, IL. It's a replica of Ray Kroc's first McDonald's restaurant. This trip was mainly for Maya, who *loves* McDonalds. It was intresting to see how different the prices were then than now and to hear about what is served in McDonald's restaurants in other parts of the world, such as lamb in India and rice in China. When we got back to the hotel later, Matt reminded us about the poutine dish he tried at the McDonalds on our trip to Niagara Falls, Canada a couple years ago.

In true fast-food style, it took only a few minutes to see the whole place.


5 comments:

berto said...

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berto said...

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scott davidson said...

Wow. Fantastic monster there. The urbanity monster striding forth, as it does in most cities of the world. Nice hand-drawn banner too. Something like this image, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-7Z9RQ8 , by French painter Fernand L├ęger, maybe effective painted large on a wall too, acknowledged as a copy of course. It can be seen at wahooart.com and a canvas print of it can be ordered from there.