- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... on every corner. I'm not sure whether this made me feel safer, or whether I should of been concerned that there was a need for that many police officers on the streets at that time. Nevertheless, we made it back to the hotel with a few more bits and pieces, and were happy to call it a night.
On the way up to the room we stopped by the front desk and I asked the gentleman whether there was a trick to making our TV work. ...
... drunk Americans and Guatemalans. Eventually had to leave them to get ready for a night out. Met up with a couple of girls that we met last night, went to have pizza with them at one of Chicago's famous deep crust pizza restaurants called Giogandi's. Some of the best pizza I've ever had. Back at the hostel, had some drinks with some more girls that were staying there. Met Josh's old intern Steph, who joined. Went out to a couple of crazy dive ...
... bags, sofas and her 'cat castle'. There is still a lot more to do, and tomorrow we will take a number of items downstairs to the secure storage locker which comes with the apartment - this will get rid of sporting equipment such as a bicycle and golf clubs as well as other non-essential items. We are, however, well on the way to being set up, though Sarah may spend some time relocating items in the kitchen to areas that suit her better. We will not need any rocking to sleep ...
Getting to Chicago was quite a journey. We got a bus from Niagara to Buffalo, waited it out in Buffalo in front of the baseball with a few Coors for about 5 hours then when we came to get our train it was delayed by an hour (like I said they really don't care about the trains here so no-one gave a **** how late it was). Once we were on it, it was a bit more difficult to sleep than I thought, especially when the guy opposite was snoring away in an upright position with a blanket ...
... and warm "hellos" from random Chinese people.
My year in China has taught me so much. I would like to thank all of you reading this for sticking with me through my year of discovery. It seems bittersweet that this adventure should end, but I know that another one is just beginning...
Adventure is out there! (And to live will be an awfully big adventure!)