Comfort Inn & Suites Quakertown
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... seeing how the team came together to treat these patients and co-ordinate the very busy resus bay. Everybody knew their role and very efficiently carried out their job as well as helping each other. On the ward, once a patient is deemed 'medically fit' they are unable to stay on the acute ward. If they still have ongoing therapy needs they must be transferred to various rehab settings, depending on what the therapists and the rehab ...
... girls were always willing to talk to you and ask questions without you initiating it.
On the Saturday, I was at the airport co-ordinating everything when my day was thrown into complete chaos. When the Air France flight arrived with 2 girls we were waiting on a flight attendant came out asking for us and said one of the girls had had a seizure on the flight and this was not something that she had ever had so she had to be taken to hospital ...
... More Gaudi today--Park Guell, which was bizarre, but very interesting. We explored a few buildings there--a house, his market square, and other things. We jaunted back to the apartment for a quick lunch before heading to the TV studio--only me, Selena, Liz, Matt, and Jordan. It was very interesting! I've seen TV studio stuff before, but never had such behind the scenes access as that--being on-set during a live weather report! And it was ...
... it was not. It is very hard to describe the feeling when viewing this history.
The only bad part of this portion of the trip was the campground. Thought I was in white trailer trash campground. traffic all night long through the park and lots of individuals who squat here all of the time. ...
... a much longer walk than it had been when I left.
I set my GPS for Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Tarrytown, NY. It's one of the 15 restaurants on Restaurant Magazine's World's Best Restaurant List in 2011.
My GPS told me it was about a 90-minute drive but the snow was getting deeper by the minute. It was obvious it was going to take longer. Things went fairly well until I got to my ...