Inn Towne Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... my classmate, Lindsay, will be staying and working in a small rural hospital outside of the city of Mysore. For us, it will be considered our women's health rotation, although we aren't quite sure what we are getting into.
I am looking forward to the experiences that are ahead and am honored to share my journey with all of you. I promise to update whenever possible :)
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... senses a time warp as it carried me right back to my youth ( as misspent as it was) and then meandered to present day.
The field behind the Hall is pretty special as well as I looked from the original grandstands to the field and it was easy to envision a game in progress.
To say the Baseball Hall of Fame is a very special place is an understatement I am truly thankful to have been there.
Oh by the way the Town is well worth the visit on its own.
Well another day of fantastic weather and we headed out to our destination RV park at Cooperstown New York, yes fellow baseball lovers the home of the Hall of Fame. We drove through the Berkshires in New Hampshire then onto Bennington Vermont not much there but we can say we were in Vermont perhaps only a few miles but what the hell!
Next on the State hit list was getting to New York we arrived and actually followed Bertha ( GPS lady) and got ...
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The next morning we started off bright and early to get to Colgate for an information session and tour. Colgate is an absolutely gorgeous campus!! We got out and went in for an information session. Well, except Julia - she stayed in the car and napped. Then we went on a tour with Rohan - except Julia who is still napping in the car. This campus is ...
... machine. I’ve never seen a vending machine dedicated to M&Ms. Seeing one by itself on the trail in a zoo seemed even more unusual.
At the next habitat, to everyone’s delight, an Amur (Siberian) tiger sauntered from the back of the habitat to a rock right next to the viewing glass. She acted as if she didn’t know we were there. People scrambled to take their ...