Boutique Hotel Palacio
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Last night we dined at Silk Road. It is a specialty restaurant that features Japanese type of food. We decided to give sushi mi a try. We had the raw tuna sliced, very thinly sliced, with some soy sauce and jalapeno slices. I was not sure if I should even try this, but Rich did first and he declared it to be quite good. I then decided to try it and agreed with Rich. This was followed by a vegetable egg roll, tempera. ...
... s how the 2 mothers knew to ask. I had no idea when groups came/who I had to ask to bring patients. I told them groups come in for specific reasons and if I got an e-mail about a group coming in for hernia operations I would investigate. It was forgotten about, until this past October. A group from Creighton University was coming to ILAC (in Santiago) 4 days specifically to do hernia surgeries.
I asked if I could bring 2 patients ...
... I was greeted by exactly the same breakfast as the day before, no complaints here. Today we were going to a place called the Semana peninsula. This was a part of DR that is relatively remote and known for its beauty. If you look at a map of DR it sticks out like a thumb. We got off to a bit of late start and didn’t have exact directions. We stopped by a few locals to ask before finding the new autopista (highway), which was a really nice road recently built ...
... I have! I had an exam last week, then a pop quiz 2 classes later- needless to say I was not ready for that. I did manage to get a B on the exam though, thank God. I also have 2 presentations coming up and 3 papers to write.... I just love having 6 classes. That was sufficiently boring, but it does explain a little about my lack of writing. Good news though, next week I will not be going to class much- because ...
... had been leery of the idea, fearing the damage Nicon might cause in the jittery atmosphere of the Cold War, by calling him naive about foreign affairs.
Possibly it was a remark of Nixon's that drew Kennedy's mind back to the idea. In the debate the night before, the vp had reminded the national audience that 3 Democratic presidents-Woodrow Wilson, Franklin Roosevelt, and Harry Truman-had taken the U.S. to war. Kennedy may ...