Monthly Archives: March 2012
Yes, Old Blue Eyes had it right. Our last day in Chicago, and we decided to try the famous Heaven On Seven restaurant where supposedly you can get a fine Cajun breakfast. And perhaps you can, but they don’t open … Continue reading
Monday morning; up and downstairs for breakfast. While we were eating, CVH said “That looks like a real Chicago scene over there at that table; the black guy, the burly guy, and that one guy who looks like Sonny Steelgrave.” … Continue reading
Yes, that phrase was invented in Chicago. We got up and took the red line subway north toward the zoo. We walked along the North Lake Shore Drive residential area where my grandmother used to live, and may well have … Continue reading
This weekend is Matthew Broderick’s fiftieth birthday, and to celebrate we decided to take a long weekend off and visit downtown Chicago. Well, actually it was just a coincidence, but it worked out nicely. It’s cheaper to stay in Chicago … Continue reading
Er, maybe not.