- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... all-women's college. The University of Chester is the exact opposite. On one hand, I am super excited for this change. As much as I love Agnes Scott, it will be exciting to see what a big, co-ed school is like; academically, socially, the whole nine yards. However, this unknown territory also comes with a lot of nervousness. I basically feel like I'm a high school senior getting ready for college all over ...
... only for her. I think she was planning on leaving me behind! The steward beat it back to the guy and worked it out. We gave him a tip and luckily there was no line at security. Once through we rushed to the gate only for Lauri to discover that she couldn't find her phone. She knew she had it before we went through security because she showed me the QR. She ran back to security while I called her repeatedly. They had already boarded passengers ...
... and the trimmins! Alleluia and God bless Janis for sending such a meal out to us. We feasted and gave thanks as we simply did not expect on taking part in Thanksgiving festivities this year. Afterwards we set around the fire and caught up talking about everything from kids to aliens (ETs not illegal, of course that was me). Soon we were on the last bottle and as Lauri was fading and the dogs had made themselves comfortable on the bed we decided to call it a night as we had to be up at ...
... use is permitted in museums’ permanent
collections, but there are still a few that don’t allow it. I was surprised
that the Nelson-Atkins recently changed its policy to allow flash photography.
They told me that (contrary to widely held belief) the flash of modern digital
cameras does not, in fact, fade paintings. Rather it’s viewed as potentially
disruptive to people viewing the art, but the nelson-Atkins visitation isn’t
... story that led to the start of what was call the Great War. Europe was ruled by the elite class and governed by awkward treaties between the countries. An industrial revolution had rural citizens moving into the cities hoping for jobs and a better life - most did not find either. An assassination of an Austrian ruler caused Germany to declare war on almost everyone. Germany quickly tried to push west and take control of France. Allied forces ...