Normandy Farm Hotel & Conference Center
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... from a specific academic area perspective - with a note that Physical Therapy was one of their top areas. Afterwards we headed to the airport. Unfortunately there was storms up the east coast, including Atlanta, so our flight was 3 hours late and we didn't land until 1am and didn't get home until 2:30am - long day! Overall a very good trip - exploring a variety of campus types, school sizes, academic rigor and different parts of ...
... which i had to run up! I had "eye of the tiger" in my head so it all worked out. I was surprised at how fit i am. It was pretty easy on the body and considering I havent run in over a year, i averaged 9 minutes per mile. Good? Bad? No idea!We cashed in our free pizza from last night's bin hunting, and then watched neighbours with zac efron and seth rogan. It was a standard Seth Rogan comedy, mostly stupid with the occasional funny bits. ...
... few pictures of it and then ended up touring a few of the other parts of the building since I couldn't see the main hall.
They did have some fairly interesting exhibits about Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence. I even sat down with some kids and traced part of the Declaration. We made the discovery that none of us had handwriting anywhere near as good as Jefferson did. In fact, some of those kids had better handwriting than I did. It was ...
... We talked a lot about America vs Australia in terms of benefits, health, schools, pay rates and loads of other things. Definitely an eye opener. We live in an amazing country. We went back to Cheyenne's house and met her lovely lovely parents. They were so kind and so interested in Australia.
We also gave them some vegemite, chocolate and lollies to try from Australia. Cheyenne liked the vegemite! She was also extremely kind to drive us all the way to the Wells ...
... up to the Eastern State Penitentiary (the first penitentiary and where Al Capone was imprisoned!) It was really interesting; when it first opened prisoners were kept in complete solitude and silence for their whole sentence which could be up to 3 years!! We also learnt about the escape attempts and even a dog who was sent there for killing a cat!!
Next we went to find the Rocky steps, like true tourists! But as we were looking we found a really nice park behind ...