Courtyard By Marriott Raynham
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Friday. Our first full day in Boston. It is about 20 degrees cooler here than in Italy, so some wardrobe adjustments are necessary. Trees are turning - autumn is lurking. Little by little, the leaves are loosing their summer's grip. This morning we headed for a tour of the house where John F. Kennedy was born. It is within walking distance of the little inn where we are staying. It was pretty neat seeing the room and very bed where he was born in 1917. Sadly, we will never ...
... from us. At least that's how Pauline interpreted the tour guide. It was a normal day one in a new city for us, a bus into town then a wander around to understand where things were, then the bus and boat tour. What an amazing city, quieter and more polite than New York and Chicago. Compact, cosmopolitan yet a homely and a safe ...
... Pediatric Occupational Therapist I always loved volunteering, learning about a new culture. I am looking forward to being in higher purpose and practicing Spanish! I am especially looking forward to sharing this experience with my mom, sister and beautiful niece, Allison. Allison Age: 11 Occupation: Going into 6th Grade Why do you want to volunteer for this trip? "Well, I really like helping people. I love to see the smiles on their faces when they get what they really need. . It ...
I went home for the weekend and now I am back in Boston. It is very weird because I still don't feel sick. But that's a gift! My first chemo infusion will be today for 5 hours. I’ll need to be there several hours before it starts too. Noah flew in from Thailand for a rare visit. He spent the weekend visiting Ellen & Houman, Aaron and Megan, David and Aliza and sightseeing in LA. He is coming in to be with me for the first chemo treatment. Mark will come down ...
... as many people as possible. On my last day I had a 'debrief' session which I was told was an informal chat to see what I had learnt. When I arrived however, the room was full of all the leaders of the physical therapy department as well as the clinical specialists who proceeded to grill me on aspects of care I had observed and how they compared to the UK as well as the other hospitals in America. It was a great learning experience that allowed me ...