Clarion Hotel & Conference Center Toms River
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... set up for delegates on two different floors of an extension to the theatre that had been built years ago. It is now used for overflowseating with CCTV for assemblies and conventions. Folk fromlocal congregations were also invitedto welcomeand talk with the delegates.
A nice but tiring day, but more to come. Wallkill and Patterson on Thursday!!
... the costs of travel in particular areas, and because we would take advantage of our one million + United frequent flier miles whenever cost-efficient, we decided to account for the transport costs in a separate lump-sum bucket separately. In addition to utilizing ...
... have to pay a bar entitled The House Of Jazz a visit. Quite classy establishments aren’t they Jazz bars? For some reason that had slipped my mind, as I strolled in wearing my Primark Union Jack top and grey jogging bottoms. I was bartering with myself for ages on whether to pack that three piece suit before setting off from Leeds as well. I looked more lost than the time I had to try to explain to a student why the word queue is spelt with an extra four ...
Went to the third hopital in the "system" today. (A sytstem is a little bit like a Trust within the NHS. Basically, it is the company that owns the hospital. In this case, one company owned 5 hospitals in the area, linking them all into the same "system").
Had a great day...
Firstly, I sucessfully drove through torrential rain on route 66 to get to the hospital 11 miles away (my furthest journey yet)!
Then, once I was on my first unit I met an ...
... the location for the final scene of the show. We got to walk around and check it out, as well as sit in the booth the Soprano family did and had onion rings. Very cool.
This was most of our day done, and we had organised to take in a Mets game. Baseball that is. Sadly we left Rob in charge of booking the tickets, and to our suprprise we were 24 hours early. Suffice to say, this gave us an opportunity to travel on the subway. Australia could take ...