Fairfield Inn Syosset Long Island
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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I've decided to keep a blog so my family and friends can keep up with me while I'm abroad since the time difference is such a pain. So I figured I would start this journey from the very beginning. I've always known that I wanted to study abroad in Australia but now my dream is becoming a reality (cliche, I know). After talking to my camp roommate Michelle, she convinced me to look into her program, Global Links or ISA. After comparing prices, ...
... we did the first coat of white on all the walls in the house, this was very efficient and we were very pleased. Although in the last 30 minutes of working, I was walking past some people who were fixing the stair case and a piece of wood was sticking out the ground that I didn't see. I cut myself which meant I could not paint for the last 30 minutes because i was bleeding and it was very messy. So I took myself to the first aid tent, and they were ...
... our tour ended, and we loved being shown around New York by Aaron (great guide). Our next stop was a visit to the Rockefeller Centre to try and visit the Observatory deck. When we got there we encountered a very large queue and found out we couldn't get to the deck until later that evening, so our plans had to change pretty quick! We booked for the next day instead, made a quick change of plans and headed to Macy's the department store. It was ...
... and now the crowd is getting understandably irate and there is yelling, the police are trying to calm the situation. Meanwhile Tif has had a snooze, on the floor! Time to leave. My wonderful husband has managed to find us a room in a Hotel close to the airport, we get there at 8pm, order pizzza in and girls are in bed by 10. A long day for them. Richard and I spend the night trying to establish an alternative route to Paris to get us there ...
... process. In the end, it just meant an extra step as Travisa charged me close to the price of the visa itself (around $75) to send my paperwork to CKGS and get it back for me.
Overall, I would say that engaging Travisa in the process was not only a waste of money, but a waste of time. It gave me a false sense of security, so I was less vigilant about checking on my application status than I would have been if I’d gone it alone. Via email, they confirmed receipt of ...