ASURE Chelsea Gateway Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were not in my job description but they certainly showed up the gaps in roles. So, I re-wrote the job description of the Office Manager so that this role is of more use for Suzie (Clinical Manager) and myself. Then, my prayers were answered and I have hired a replacement Office Manager who starts on January 12th. Seems so far away at the moment, however, hired one of the staff’s daughters who had finished at university as a receptionist ad that has ...
... bagpipes, looked out of the window and the town pipe and drum band was entering the site.
Just as they were about to start their second number it started to rain so they moved undercover and continued to play. After playing 4 numbers they marched of into the sunset, well they would have if it wasn't cloudy.
We saw in the New Year with a glass or 2 of New Zealand bubbly and yes there were some ...
I've temporarily departed from Thomas. Tommy Jr. and I are riding solo for a few weeks and taking on the South Island roadtrip. I spent my last day in Golden Bay rock climbing beautiful cliffs that overlooked the sea. Something I've never done before. The drive from Golden Bay down to Westport was out of control! Mountains ...
... The taxi picked us up at 10am and this time I had packed adequately for the walk. It was 16.4km along the coast so I made sure I had enough food and water etc. (although this time I had no intentions of climbing any mountains!) The Aqua Taxi was fun and they took us to a couple of famous spots before dropping us at Torrent Bay. They also pointed out some New Zealand fur seals which were pretty big and we got quite close to them. One of the other girls on the walk ...
... in tears because I couldn't catch a wave. The hostel is super cutesy and has been decorated in a kind of hippy way that has the aura of Bristol. We explored the town a little bit and by that I mean we walked to the shops, brought a bottle of wine and walked back again. Dais cooked a lovely pasta and sauce and tonight I think we will just chill, drink some wine and try some devils lettuce (it's tradition here). There's not much else to do to be honest. Ero Tergum ...