Courtyard by Marriott Waldorf
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
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... throw, horse pulling , crafts, food, games, old working machinery demonstrations, chickens and goats, pig scrambles, music....but our favourite thing was the bean baking. First off...the beans are locally grown. Then they soak them in a cast-iron 20 gallon African pot overnight. They add: molasses, mustard, salt, pepper, brown sugar, salt pork and onions. Then...a hole is dug in the ground and rocks are placed in the hole to sort of line it.Then a fire is burned for ...
... to close the doors and not actually the level we wanted to go to so we had in fact not moved!
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... birthday parties really come into play. During the first four years at school the children are immersed in one of the following clubs; Discovery Club (Outdoor Education) Gods Club (Greek and Roman Mythology and History) Knights and Ladies Club (Life in the Middle Ages) American Revolution Club (American History) The children are assigned a character/role to portray for the entire year. The classrooms are decorated to match the theme and the children and ...