Holiday Inn Express Woonsocket
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We took it easy today after such a long day in Boston. After a relaxing morning sitting on the porch enjoying the sunshine, we picked up the car and bought snacks for the trip. We then went up to a nearby lookout to see Downtown Boston from a distance. Mum and I went to 4 pm Mass at Our Lady Comforter of the ...
... Bartlett, even on our mountain home, most all of the leaves are on the ground. We arrived when the area had just the beginning blush of color – really 99.9% green and now we're 99.9% grey – grey from the tree trunks predominant color and the grey skies. To have experienced this season – to have lived this season among the forests, streams and mountains - has filled me with joy and pleasure – has ...
... refresher coarse. If you have trouble sleeping tonight it might be that our dogs are barking too loudly. I swear we have walked the equivalent of a couple hundred miles this trip. Nearly all of it up hill, up steps, up ramps, etc. I guess that's the price you pay for the high ground. And yes, the view has been worth it! Tomorrow. We return home and with that my last communique. Time to give my left index finger a rest. Thanks for following our journey! ;-) John & ...
... there to change lives. How do we get on the agenda, how do we share our successes and make them register when they are not always fiscal or data driven? After Patrick we spent some time with Marianne talking about the international educational leadership programme. A similar theme came through there. Marianne recalled a young teacher last year who said one of the most important parts of the training wasn't how to teach per se, but how to know what might ...
... 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 ...