Embassy Suites Orlando Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... all of us got together in Pythagore to play some card games, share a bottle of wine, light a cigarette, and talk about our study abroad struggles.
The hardest part about studying abroad, however, is being back home and reflecting on these days of past. It's been a hard week. Finals week back here is much more stressful than at ICN. It's even harder when you ...
... now I am homeless and unemployed.... which is terrifying for sure. I definitely did not think this would happen to me a year or so out of college. Luckily this is a chosen path and not something terrible that has happened to me.
I have months ahead of me to not worry about deadlines and time constraints. It is all up in the air and I am excited for this breath of fresh air! Breathe Dan! ;) :P
See ya real soon America! Love you all!
... or free cups are everywhere, but alas undrinkable. Even in a french cafe in New Orleans, renowned for Beignot's(square donuts) and cafe au lait, it was insipid. Plus side is it has made it incredibly easy to give up coffee. The tea has been dire, as expected, and we're running through our own supplies of lady and earl grey alarmingly quickly. They are quite into iced tea, which has been pretty good, and certainly hit the spot on the hot days at the New Orleans Jazz Fest.
... t looking, look on it as being a future NASA engineering project.
Back at the main visitor centre, we spent some time in the shop and then were the last 6 people to get in to the IMAX presentation on the International Space Station. It was a really interesting movie, but having to sit right at the front made the IMAX 3D really hard to watch, we all came out saying we had not been able to see it properly and that our eyes were all screwed up, still, we were ...
... demonstrated some of the techniques that they use to remove risk but make shows exciting, it was so cool seeing the stuntmen work! Their rituals in preparation and pacing out the scene along with their communications were really insightful as these were just done automatically. These principles would be great if they were so intuitive within healthcare, particularly for surgery, intensive care and resuscitation. The stunt men have a small ...