I’ll post a pic next time, but by far the heartiest and most decadent breakfast I’ve had is from Hash House A-Go-Go.
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P.S. just realized the Chicago location has closed. We were last there a little over a year ago. Oh well.
Pancakes, eggs and slabs of bacon, juice and coffee.
River cruises, with an s, this is something you do on a regular basis? Parden my ignorance, but the words river and cruise in the same sentence are not conjuring up even the suburbs of Nirvana. Aren't rivers for barges, mud, empty milk jugs, dead bodies and, here in Maine (until outlawed) bank-to-bank giant pine logs being current-pushed down stream to the mills?That's what always gets me in trouble on river cruises in Europe. The breakfasts are All-You-Can-Eat buffets . . . and I can eat way too much.
I'm having difficulty picturing this. Is the craft motorized, or do brawny locals pole it along? And who pays whom to travel this way, you pay them or they pay you? I may be too heavy into Huck Finn with my thinking here.Some meals are on your own but the furnished ones are great. And you aren't required to eat on ship. Just make sure you're back before departure to the next village/town/city depending on what part of the river you're on.