Hilton Garden Inn Kennett Square
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... On Saturday morning we jumped on a bus (15$ return) and made the 2 hour journey to Philadelphia to meet Steve, Thomas’s friend who was staying there for 2 weeks with work. Despite being the second largest city on the East Coast of the US, Philadelphia felt very small after living in New York for a month. Philadelphia is known for its arts and culture and has more outdoor sculptures and murals than any other American city. To me it is known ...
... their form and gave us a few runs on the board. There were some really thrilling moments in there though which was great, from catches out to running to bases, we all really enjoyed it. I got some crab fries which are just french fries but crinkle cut with seasoning. They were delicious! It is a kind of institution here it seems as the line was long and they had a heap of buckets waiting for people to just grab so you know they are good when you have this.
... There's been so much support from our families, friends, and the community at St. Michael during this time. Without all of your confidence, love, and support this trip never would have happened! But it is...and we have YOU to thank!
The region of rural Appalachia that we are travelling to is a testament to what was once a region of great economic success now plunged into the very depths of poverty. And ...
... on the menu). Ruth had "Kennett Mushroom" (mushrooms, smoked gouda, and 2 poached eggs on an English Muffin with rosemary polenta on the side. My "Philly Eggs" were similar, except with tomatoes, bacon, and jack cheese (no mushrooms). I also succumbed to a yogurt, mixed fruit, granola parfait (it was rather small, probably for the best, waistline-wise). After we got into the cafe, the storm hit hard and directly above -- thunder, ...
... cases we need to use equipment but it feels as though we, as OTs at times have become solely equipment providers and this does not showcase the fact that we are highly skilled rehabilitionists! HUP has really supported my argument that we need to be doing rehabilitation at the earliest possible time and continue this to keep people independent and prevent hospital admissions. It's a big ask but the rehabilitation infrastructure in the UK needs a real overhaul, there are ...