There I was with my cup of coffee, 24 hours after my post last Thursday.
Here I am with my Best friend and sister, Lisa; she's the Chai girl.
If you ever get to Chicago, this place was great--they had delicious red velvet cake french toast. You heard me.
At Navy Pier, taking a break in front of this stained glass, it was beautiful, so were the flowers.
I use to be a Marilyn junkie growing up, so I had to give in and get this shot :0
I took the pictures of these buildings on our Architectural boat tour. Classic tourists, I know.
Gotta love THE BEAN in Millennium Park! That's me IN the bean! Toldja, classic tourist.
I like how this one of the Sears Tower turned out.
My sister and I on our way to THE SECOND CITY
Mom and Sis getting ready for a ton of laughs (and there were)!
I found a few things I liked on the train on our way to Bucktown....
This sweet guy was one of them....His hat said "Easiness" LOVE THAT
This amazing Retro/Vintage Shop! I found an adorable apron.
And this CUPCAKE Van! Oooh ya! One Red Velvet and one classic Vanilla with buttercream please!
And don't be fooled, even though I don't have any pictures, WE experienced two amazing Pizza places while there. We did Lou Malnati's one day and Gino's East another. For now I am sticking with liking Malnati's better, but when I was in Chicago last time, you couldn't have swayed me away from Gino's East. But this time I found Gino's crust completely unappealing and very dry.
Malnati's was TERRIFIC. The crust was out of this world, nothing like it have I had so far.
Till next time Chicago, you were good to us!