Super 8 Columbus
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... be OK. So I got up at 5:15, went over to take a shower, then picked up the other two. We walked around the square and shopped for about 2 hours. I bought a few things, but like most Farmer's Markets, things cost way more. However, the vegetables are much better looking and taste better than what you can buy in the store.
Today was a short day of seminars and since we're pretty much shopped out, there wasn't much to ...
... rally does not seem as good as in years past. I'm not sure what is going on, but attendance is down, there are not a lot of vendors and they are not giving stuff away like before, and not as many show coaches.
Tonight we socialized with the group we were with last week in Portage. Tomorrow evening we will be socializing with our people again. Not sure what I will have to report tomorrow night so I may not blog until Saturday. Hope you all have a great day
... David and Mayo Ewanowski, Jeff Tews and Susan Rafter. All sent their regards to our team and I updated them on what the team had been up to. A great night - good friends, good food and plenty of red wine! We woke up Wednesday to a damp and foggy day, but by the time we drove to Spring Green, about 1 hour west of Madison, the sun came out. This was great for our tour of Taliesin, the school and home of Frank Lloyd Wright - ...
... blog for that matter.) South Dakota was like a great countdown. We took I90 the whole way across and starting above 400 on the mile markers we had to work our way down to 61 before we got to Rapid City. Again there were long straights but at least this time there were ranches and cattle on hills to look at so it was more ...
... the differences between Public Health, Global Health, and Global Public Health.
Public Health focuses on what is called a disease continuum highlighting four major factors being: Health, Risk Factors, Disease, and Death. More specifically, Public Health focuses on the links between these factors. For example, how can prevention reduce our personal health risk factors, or how can early detection protect us from these risk ...