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... equal parts exhaustion and shock.
Arriving in Greensboro I have to say the place looked pretty ****. Concrete, dirty, I started questioning my life decisions like I have done so many times in the past. I got a taxi to check in. The taxi driver was a dude from Sierra Leone, he was awesome, really funny. He was pointing out things about the city, then all of a sudden he was like, 'and now we are entering college campus'. It was spectacular. The campus is unreal, it is ...
... and afternoons that I've not "planned" what I will wear. I've got a pair of black leggings and black skinny jeans and a white 3/4 length T-shirt for those. For dinners and evening walks around Paris, I have several dresses (simple, black maxis) and a black trench coat just in case the evenings really do reach the lower 50s.
Let's see if all this stuff will fit into my 22" LLBean roller board!
... br> I learned this from our trip to Italy last year.....use our State Employees' Visa Card for all purchases for the best foreign transaction fee. It's 1% of the purchase instead of the 3% charged by my regular bank cards.
The best news is....the trip is totally paid for! We determined how much we'd need, put money in a special savings account, and now, all we have to do is go enjoy what we've planned!
I'll talk about wardrobe and packing in my next entry.
... her a while about life, medicine, how much fun understaffed nursing is and what I'm doing out here writing at a Sheetz.
To Marion for the evening in my hammock on the east ridge of Mt. Mitchell. I will be working at mountain gardens with Joe Hollis for the next few days (until Friday) and will scribble later.
I am on part 7 of Gray's Anatomy (Anatomy of the Human Body, Henry Gray, 1918). Knowledgificating myself while dodging the rumble-strips.
... to spend a year abroad in Darbu, Norway. there she reconnected with Inger, the friend she had made during Inger's study abroad at Hudson (OH) High School in 1982. Well, all these years later, Inger and her husband Arne, will meet us at Gardermoen airport near Oslo tomorrow afternoon. Although we arrive at 12:25 pm Oslo time, our body clocks will be screaming 6:25 am! Cate has just informed us that she promises not to hit anyone! (cate is not a morning ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center