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The only negative about my experience is that the complimentary wifi was very slow. I assume this is a temporary problem because it started off fast and on previous visits I have had no problems.
Also if you don't hang your do not disturb sign, housekeeping come in around 9am.
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... to take care of our own health and wellbeing while being away from home, and what to expect upon arrival in another country. But I think what is on everyone's mind right now is, "how the heck are we going to get through that twelve to fourteen hour plane ride? Ugh!" That should be interesting.
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... be having more fun then you guys will be having!!... KIDDING, but not really.
Alright, it's time to start tackling my to-do list and by that I mean watching highlights of Big Blue's big win over the Cowgirls and checking CNBC to make sure the Pound and the Euro continue to fall against the U.S. Dollar! My next post will be coming to you from LONDON!
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... that cost us, thankfully, only a little embarrassment and a half hour. We still got the show up in 40 minutes, and had 20 minutes to spare. All was well.
This afternoon we had some lunch at Panera as we organized paperwork. There was a mall across the street, so we did some shopping--mostly to kill time so we wouldn't have to spend hours of the evening in our Days Inn. Further down the road was Houlihans, where we enjoyed a great dinner. That's pretty much it!
... that yesterday i got a phone call from Express Scirpts. they want me to come in for a second round on interviews next Friday for a position in their Leadership Development Program. SWEET! i fly back to st. louis on wednesday, and fly out to new jersey on monday. great timing. it will be great to see my friends there and get a much needed break from the home improvement Bataan Death March(bing it) here. hopefully everything will work out. :)