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... At times my lungs felt like I had been sitting in a smokey bar for days. But what was worse was not seeing the sun or stars for days at a time. It wasn't until Chengdu where we saw a peek of sun, and then flying into Hong Kong at night saw some stars. China is addressing the pollution issue, though, and I'm confident that the cities will be a different experience in the coming years.
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... soppy great lumps of gorgeousness. They sat and barked by the door whilst waiting for Mike to come down. Instantly we could tell he was a great guy, he showed us to our room and the rest of the house and then we sat and chatted for hours. There really aren’t words to describe Mike Mitterman, he is one of life’s gems. He treated us like family from the minute we walked through the door. His generosity knows no bounds and he cannot put himself out enough to ...
... most amazing street garden beds and parks you will ever see.
When we got back to our room with our groceries for dinner we had some time to kill and we weren't overly keen to go out again so we decided it would be a good idea to expand on some of our knowledge we had gained when we went up the Willis Tower the day before. We had learned small facts about the city skyline and the odd variations of architecture used on the buildings - this is ...
... as we're on our way down to Chicago, we had to find a random bank that was somewhat nearby to make a quick stop. Thankfully, that was done quickly and easily.
The rest of the ride down to Chicago went smoothly. We stopped and had some Denny's for my last meal in America. How dramatic. In case you were wondering, I had scrambled eggs with cheese, four pieces of bacon, hashbrowns, toast, and my mom's shrimp. I didn't finish the eggs though, ...
... To say it was quality table tennis after a skinful of beer would be a lie. We definitely all enjoyed ourselves however while contnuing to drink local beers which names slips my mind (gotta figure that after so many of them!) Later in the evening after our game we were chatting to some locals who informed us that the bar was actually owned by Susan Sarandon or at least part owned. Clearly a shrewd business women as this place was packed and money was rolling in. By about ...