Holiday Inn Express Woonsocket
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that just means that they are a health conscious lot, young families with great community spirit. There are great places to eat here and tonight we went to a traditional American Bar where the good was great and the service was akin to a small town rather than the largest city in Massachusetts. Oh yeah, and we had granola for breakfast ...
... around me and know better the ones that I want to keep around me. I learned that lessons come and go and what you take from them and how they change you is what's most important. As I embark my big move out of this city, state, and soon country, I am going through a lot of reflection on the things I have learned. Most not from a book or a class, but from life experiences and the people that have been put in my path. I am ...
... was just that it was something new and exciting or that it will be a serious new challenge for me. After all, I have been itching for a real challenge for quite some time now. I will miss many things about Boston, perhaps I'll start naming them as I see them, but I await my new adventure with each passing day. I have started my last semester of ...
... up for the adventures 2014 will bring.
Stumbling through the madness and close insanity of the rest of the semester/year, I finished classes with A’s and the cloud has finally lifted. I made a trip home for Thanksgiving and all the welcoming arms, big and little, really confirmed that 2014 will be a year of reconnecting but letting go as well. For Christmas I visited Kari in Austin, TX. I realized during that trip that unless I am in a city that I can ...
... thing to the next. Other than class, which wasnt that strict about anything, I didn't have the obligatory chores and demands. I was able to enjoy an afternoon spent blogging, taking pictures, NAPPING!, or sipping back Tinto del Verano until midnight without the worry of what else I was suppose to be doing. Two full months of being home and I am right back to where I was before I left. Cranky, exhausted, worn out physically, mentally and ...