Homewood Suites by Hilton Grand Rapids
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
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Schedule got little delayed due to the weather. We left at 10 50 am. We got into a van heading to the mega but station. I think we are taking the mega bus to Chicago. The bus ended up being 20 minutes late but I already forgave it because it's a double decker bus. (And we saw a huge wheel rolling down the street with perfect balance for at least two hundred meters) We went on the top deck got ...
Tomorrow The mystery trip will began and I'll be gone for about two weeks. I ll miss my family during this time. I feel quite prepared for the up coming adventure except that I just realized I have no idea where my Chapstick is... Anyway hope it ll be a great time and when I get back everything will still be alright so that I can get ready for the new ...
Of course, I ended up flying back to the States. I didn't have enough energy to do anything else.
-----That was a good thing. (And I was lucky enough that no security guards frisked me when I returned to Athens' airport. Whew!) It was good because my hometown of Grand Rapids, Michigan was where I wanted to be - for the moment, at least.
-----I planned to live in one of my city's beautiful, old, downtown buildings. ...
... just as a soldier was walking past. The next 5 minutes was a huge argument between the two, with the soldier even taking off his shirt to prove his Christianity by showing the cross tattooed on his back. To which the preacher then slagged off tattoos. Thought there was guna be a fight but mainly just a lot of shouting in each other's face. Spent the rest of the night at a bar in a basement. It was swiss cheesey (crystals way of describing a night with holes in her ...
... 5 times to pay respects to the 5 elements, and drop the flaming straw to ignite the procession of my past.
The smoke rises above the river as the Sadhus go about their rituals. I start back up the stairs, away from the deceased, ready to breath again, ready to feel the press of emotion beckoning from within me. Head down, hands clasped, I mutter a single noise to commemorate all that has passed form that old life.