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... for cab driving. All the cabbies are African, they all leave Chicago and return 'home' for the 3 cold months and the European cabbies get more work. A fellow lover of small quiet places he told us of some unspoilt lovely places on the N. Coast of Morocco which I will research as it's 40 yrs since I was there.No horrid industrial wastelands to pass through en route to the airport and as one approaches it, more beautiful simulated 'wild plantings' of flowers and grasses, ...
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... 69 and works Fri/ Sat driving the drunks home. Says it keeps him in shape! A pre dinner drink/ dinner. We pick Lilly's, well we were transported back to 1967 complete with incense. We were not the demographic to stay here with the long haired hippie type so we go down the road to german type brew house PROST 2655 N Lincoln and enjoy some curry wurst and sheboygan brat sausages. Such a loud place we did not have to talk with at least 13 visible screens from where Phillip ...
... of cheap but fabulous eateries, Max and Sarah were keen to take us to Twin Anchors in Old Town - a Chicago institution made famous for its ribs. A number of films and television programs have had scenes shot there, most notably The Dark Knight in 2008, and Frank Sinatra was apparently a big fan - there are a number of autographed photos of Ol' Blue Eyes scattered around the walls of the restaurant. Twin Anchors does not take bookings, hence the decision to get there early; after ...