I would turn right which is toward east.
East (or to your right)
You would go right or due East to get to Lake Michigan from downtown Chicago.
East, which would be a right turn.
You would have to go north to reach Lake Michigan.
You would go to the east which would be to your right.
Backwards ... until you get wet. Lake Michigan forms the entire eastern boundary of the City of Chicago.
East should do it. Take a right and it will take you towards the lake.
You would need to turn right to head eastward to Lake Michigan.
East. Chicago sits on the west shore of Lake Michigan.
I would go left to get to Lake Michigan.
You would travel East or to your right. In a more detailed explanation you would go north east.
Lake Michigan i think is facing East
You would have to turn around and go East!
Lake Michigan is to the East of Chicago or to your right if you're facing north.
Lake Michigan would be to your right.
From downtown you would go East. More specifically, from State and Monroe Streets go straight East to Monroe Harbor. It's a lovely walk and you get to see some cool stuff like the Art Institute of Chicago, Millennium Park, and Crown Fountain, to name just a few.