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... aspiring gold- diggers and the like!!!! When I was in this shop a tarot card reader stopped me and told me I had a very strong psychic aura! Who knew?! She said if I wanted to I could start doing tarot and palm readings! She recommended me some books which I am sorry to report I did not buy! I'll try university first but it's always good to have a plan B if that fails! Mystic Mags! Hmm.... I also spent time in another witch museum which was on the history of witches from the ...
... of the places where I will be going she was able to give me loads of recommendations on where to go. The newseum in Washington DC is a must and the national geographic museum as well as the airboats in Everglades in Miami! Apologies for today's blog being somewhat like reading a shopping list but I had to decide between a real life account of my day or making up an elaborate fantasy day which was just a bit too risky! After four days in America I am still ...
At this very moment I am sitting behind my desk and looking outside I see a white winterwonderland and I can hear the vehicles making the roads accessible and free of the heaps of snow. Not that anyone is crazy enough to go outside right now, since warnings have been given out and Boston College cancelled all classes that were meant to start from 6 pm onwards. The little pile of snow on the windowsill is slowly growing and every now and then the wind gets hold of some snow ...
... them, chapter by chapter. Sure you can skip around the book reading different sections, but you really can't be digitally multi-tasking in the process.
Mobility: Guess what may not be readily available while backpacking through rural Tanzania, Malawi, and Zambia? Unless I'm Thomas Friedman (I will keep digging at him whenever I can!), it's the internet. And even if it is available via mobile phone, it's never ...
... Pilgrims almost 400 years ago. Plymouth has a rock on which the Pilgrims allegedly stepped as they alighted from the Mayflower. Provincetown has a granite column (admission $7.50) to commemorate that they allegedly alighted in Provincetown. As Mrs Henry so admirably summarised the issue: "Who gives a stuff? They got here, didn’t they?"
Mrs Henry and myself have boarded a few trolley cars during our stay in the USA. New York City, of course, had doubledecker ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center