Magnuson Hotel Hammond
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
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Sunshine returned this morning and we started with a lovely day. We decided to explore the local area around where we are living, Lincoln Park. Lincoln Park are is famous for the St. Valentine's Day massacre, when Al Copone murdered 11 gangland rivals in a garage near where we are living, and the area was home to all of the worst criminality during the pre-war period. Now it is a nice quiet leafy suburb with lots ...
... Sean how excited he was for flying for the first time. He said 8. I think I am most excited to finally getting there. Today was such a long day. And I just want to finally get there and start this once in a lifetime opportunity! Next time you here from me I'll be in ...
... words in a foreign language (sounded a bit Russian) from the two men that obviously come off second best in the first taxi!! Seemed a much quicker trip back to the hotel and we were greeted with the two little boys asleep, the two big boys very quiet nearly asleep and the biggest boy, having a bath!! Busting to go to the toilet, cause you know, we didn't pee 10 times during the game, we went back to the bathrooms on the mezzanine floor and then came back up all ready for bed!! Go ...
I will take a plane to Seattle, a train to Vancouver and then at some point rent a car when I am there. I have been intrigued by Vancouver since the 2010 Winter Olympics. I keep reading how it's the only city where you an ski and lie on the beach in the same day. So, before I attend and speak at the ARSL Conference next week in Tacoma, I thought it would be fun to spend a few days in British Columbia. This song also keeps running through my head. ...
My first year as a teacher of my own classroom is coming up in about a month and a half. I feel strangely calm while am simultaneously nervously anticipating how much I have to do. The training wheels are off. While I know that I will make it, some way, some how, I wonder what unexpected challenges will roll my way. There's comfort is going back to a familiar place that I know runs well, at least. Time will tell.