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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... There we met Ashley, Ashley, and Page. We did a little last minute shopping, and after printing some stuff off at FSU, we send some goodbyes. Next Abby and I went home for our last paella, which was delicious. I took my last siesta and finished packing. It all felt like a dream. Later that night, Abby and I went to Corte Ingles and got our host mom some flowers. Then we had our last dinner and went to bed, as we had to get up early the next morning.
By the time this all happened, I felt pretty settled into Valencia. It's really a nice place to live. My third week in Valencia was only 5 days because I traveled to other countries for the upcoming weekend.
Monday: On Monday, I had Spanish class and afterwards, I went to relax in the river. I walked and stumbled upon a rugby pitch; however, no one was playing. For my food and society class, we had a ...
Today was shopping day! Gillian Judith, Judy, Glenda and I headed to Turia station and caught the train to Colon, while Marietta and Margaret went to the Bioparc Zoo. We hit the Disney store, many shoe shops, Zara, El corte ingles, had a very nice lunch in a cafe then headed back to Turia where we did it all again in Nuevo Centro. Gillian, Judith and I didn't get back to the apartment until 7pm and my feet hurt! We were hoping for another ...
... br> I went to bed that first night thinking how I was back in an American city with the only difference being that everyone conversed in Spanish. I didn’t realize how wrong I was until I actually toured the city the following day. We ventured from various monuments to plazas to museums, my opinion gradually changing as we changed locations. We saw many eye-catching sites ranging from the Palacio Real ...
... on care received outside of the Denia system, so records can be more comprehensive. This data pool allows the IT personnel at Denia to have “Big” data sets to stratify for population health management purposes.
In short, the US government, as can be imagined, receives VERY little data on individual patients. Data shared with the government is limited to population metrics for reporting accreditation purposes.