Holiday Inn Salem (I-93 At Exit 2)
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... It's sturdy and lasts as long as a young person needs it. They save thousands on expensive seating by making their own. The picture of me sitting on a stool is a stool made from cardboard.......so you can see how strong that is. Our Physio and OTs would have been in their element. We then toured the Lower School with Kathy Heydt, who has worked here for over 30 years. She is a physical therapist, mobility officer and now head of Lower School. What a great combination ...
... in love with this city. The wedding was at XV Beacon Hotel and restaurant Mooo... What a beautiful place to start a life together. I will truly miss this city and perhaps I may even return at some point. For now, I will embrace the last two weeks I have here before the next adventure in Wisconsin and after ...
After the rain of yesterday afternoon we explored a section of the city where there are a string of Irish pubs, in hope of finding some live music. We found places where music was to feature but not until much later in the evening and because of the fear of drinking solidly for 2-3 hours while waiting, a challenge we know many of you would have taken up, we decided to grab some food and wander back to our apartment. We tried some oysters, ...
... Joseph Mobutu as ruler. Mobutu was propped up by the US for a long period of time, but was robbing the country blind and doing little to develop it. Eventually, as Mobutu become more economically isolated, the Congo fell into total disarray following the Rwandan genocide. Meredith describes how neighboring countries, including Rwanda and Uganda, picked over the Congo's carcass like vultures to satiate their voracious economic appetites. ...
Today, we drove from Cooperstown to Salem, NH. It took us 5 hours. We are happy to be home after being on the road 5 years, albeit part-time. This concludes our cross-country trip.
During the five years, we visited every state (less the six New England states which we had already ...