Plaza Inn Augustus Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... far, I think there are three things keeping me from that. One: I smile too much. Americans are smiley. Everyone knows this. But I’m really realizing it now. I think especially for me and my characteristic social awkwardness, smiles are the situation-lightening answer to everything. Awkward eye contact? Smile and look away. Asking for the time? Smile. Waiter hands you your drink? Smile and say thank you.
Yea, not here. I mean people do smile a ...
24/04/2012-25/04/2012 Rio to Goiania
We got on the bus from the bus station at 10:35 am and the views out of Rio was amazing all the mountain formations when your driving out is very beautiful..
The bus was your standard coach very clean and nice air conditioning but wasn't a sleeper so when i needed to sleep just curled up on 2 seats! It had a lot of stops at service stations when you end up buying food for twice the price normally charged as your hungry and ...
... We all loved working with Martin!" We were joined by Joyce, another technician. The 4 of us returned to the office on the off chance Ilton had returned. He hadn't, but his secretary would not let us leave until Martin at least got to chat with him on the phone. The 3 of them dropped everything and became our personal travel agents when we said we'd better head to the bus station. In the end we had a print out of the ...
... a majority of their patients are lower class and don’t have insurance. I was overwhelmed by the number of patients they serve a day -1,000. I asked the question three times to clarify. When I entered the waiting room I noticed that patients take a number. They offer mostly outpatient services and only 30 inpatient beds.
CRER has the same heartbreaking stories as Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. I met a young boy who is now paralyzed due to a gun shot wound ...
It is only day 3 and we have been very busy. This morning I had the opportunity to go to a rehabilitation hospital called CRER. This was my favorite visit thus far. I toured the facility and visited with the marketing director. She lived in California for a couple of years while she was taking masters courses. Which I was very grateful for, her English was excellent and I could ask her detailed questions.
CRER’s mostly funded by the government. This ...