Park View Inn Inc.
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... so I am taking that as a good thing. So far the food that has passed my table has looked and smelled incredible. And it looks like I got here just in time before it was all full up! So far a good experience. Though I am replacing talking to a human being in person with talking to you guys by technological means. But I don't need another chair for my technology. Nico (I do hope no one just randomly picks up blog entries where I just refer to him as ...
... Harvard Merchandise, books, souvenirs, clothing, you name it, they stick Harvard on it and sell the hell out of it. We bought T-shirts to wear to the game. It would've been rude not to... College sporting competitions are a big deal to Americans. Some inter college/uni games can attract more spectators every week than our AFL and NFL grand finals do on one day of the year. In Harvard today the game only attracted ...
... of full time students. I spoke about or 52 week provision and how it fits a certain need and she said it was an area she was trying to explore, and it was good to know there was a precedent for it working well. Obviously gave care full credit, before you comment Lisa ;) We also discussed the shift over recent years in the demographic of young people. That VI is still prevalent but that multiple disabilities is a growth area, for us all. I have been totally impressed with ...
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, ...
... resources like rubber, ivory, palm oil and copper, were sucked out of the country with forced Congolese labor and immediately sent back to Belgium for manufacturing purposes. The history of the Congo is painful and treacherous behind compare. When Patrice Lumumba became the country's first prime minister, his anti-Belgium stance coupled with an overt courtship of USSR socialism, caused western governments to justify his assassination ...