Clarion Hotel Midway Airport
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... decided I couldn't handle awakeness any longer. The hostel guy had told me that on Wednesdays there are fireworks at Navy Pier, but they were at 9:30 and it still wasn't even 8. I walked around a bit on Michigan Avenue (not the magnificent side) and saw some twilight kayakers struggle with the flow in the river. The life around the city was actually lovely at that point. People aren't rushing around really. There are a lot of homeless people and ...
... Betty (name fictitious) the next morning for a waking tour of Chicago which was free offered by the hostel (Petes favourite word again - free) Aunt Betty was informative and gave a great insight into Chicago's history.
We hit up a Cubs baseball game and down beer and hotdogs to get into the spirit of American sport which was great fun. We get home late and eat the cold pizza in our tiny bed (ssssh don't tell the hostel or we'll get kicked out for eating ...
... before it is sent. For those that signed up for alerts you get a template saying I have posted a blog. Due to Wills contribution he makes me change this to make it clear that WE have posted a blog. Do not refer to it as my blog, he will break out into a rage.
... lwa) and serving them is essential to restoring the balance. The customs and traditions involved with communicating with the lwa are what gives rise to what we (Westerners) consider magic.
In the African hall, I saw many of the animals that inhabit that great continent. The Field Museum has an enormous collection of taxidermied animals, and I found many of them here. My favorites were the herbivores like sables and antelopes, the big cats ...
... and nine restaurants which focus specifically on one type of produce, so you have one restaurant devoted to pizza, another to pasta, one to meat, one to fish etc. They also have some fantastic antipasti. We opted for the restaurant devoted to vegetables (Tim having had his meat quota for the day earlier at Mr Beef!) and polished this off with a couple of delicious glasses of red wine. Feeling sated and very tired we headed off to bed......