Hopefully the new interns pack their senses of humor, because their first-floor digs are rather dodgy. Say goodbye to the comforts of home: they’ll trade a bed for a sleeping bag, a washing machine for sink and, well, all furniture will be of the fold-up variety. Upon moving in, the just-arrived interns will be transported to a world seemingly miles from the city. Affectionately called the “Tent for Two”, the room is covered in fake grass and houses a tent so shoddy-looking that even the deepest sleeper will worry about a middle-of-the-night collapse. If they can even get to sleep, that is.
TV? Hah. Internet? Only if you feel like bumming off the neighbors’ weak signal. Instead, you can occupy your time with a campsite-favorite bocce ball game or attempting to cook a meal with your aluminum campsite-grade pots and pans. Hopefully the rough-and-tumble atmosphere – or perpetual backache from sleeping on the floor – won’t make them reconsider their decision.