Holiday Inn Express & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... free lunch). I had a turkey and cheese sandwich, a combination I would never have dreamed of before today. But it was very tasty though I say so myself. And olives, they had olives! And we all know how I much love olives (obviously that is supposed to say 'how much I love olives' but my brain is fuddled, so do bear with me). And gherkins! Suffice to say, I was very pleased with the researchers lunch. ...
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After receiving a great response from my last travel blog about my travels in France, I have decided to write another blog for my time in India.
For those of you who don't already know, I have received a Dickey International Fellowship from the Dickey Center at Dartmouth College to work at VOICE 4 Girls in Hyderabad, India. VOICE 4 Girls is a social ...
... On November 9th, after arriving in Beijing China, we will make our way to Yantai, where we will spend a year studying at Kunyu Mountain Shaolin Matrial Arts Academy.
Are you exhausted yet? We sure are already after all this planning!
Before we can venture off into the great unknown we must first survive each other. If you have ever lived in close quarters with women, you know all to well what I speak of.
A little ...
... my trip, looking forward to a relaxing evening with Maher. Last night we had a burger and frozen yogurt, I found a monastery in Canada I'm planning on visiting, I scheduled an oil change, and I finished three of the 12 things on my errand list. These evenings are surprisingly productive. Additionally, I am at 68% victory ratio on Spider Solitaire; tonight may be the night I make it to 70!
Trying to schedule confession is proving to be a ...
... a Radio Shack and purchased a new Garmin GPS and a throw away cell phone. Did some shopping, including purchasing three gifts for the family. And its only day two!
Walking back to the car, I passed a man in front of a barber shop sign he looked at me like I needed a haircut, so I asked “can you cut my hair?”. He said sure. The Barbershop was upstairs in an office building and most of the tenants were strangely hair salons.
Anyway my barber was named ...