Ramada New Hope
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a hundred cars flew passed without moving over!
The journey continued into Jersey City without further incident! The trip took about 5 hours and we travelled through 5 States - Virginia, Maryland (won't forget that one), Delaware, New York and finally New Jersey.
Arrived at our apartment which is just beautiful. 42nd floor with great views of the Hudson River and parts of the Manhatten ...
... health. Ensure that you get involved in other sorts of activities, too. People could become enslaved by video games, so exercise moderation when playing them.
When looking to buy a game title, take a look at online auctions. You may well be feeling that online games are out of your cost range, but browse the use of buying at auctions. Do a few searches to actually can get the best deal possible. All you have to do then is definitely bid and win.
... MOST entertaining moment of all, however (and this one's for you, Skip!), was the last play of the night. Game tied going into the bottom of the 7th. Lead-off man (number 7 hitter) hits a single. Manager puts in pinch runner, who, we all guess, is going to steal second. Didn't get a chance, though, as the number 8 hitter walked in four pitches. Number 9 hitter walked in four more. Bases loaded, nobody out. "Now," ...
... it really is ingrained into their practice. I've really noticed this with their evidence based practice (EBP) too. I feel that often in the UK, it's something we aspire to do and know we should do, but isn't involved in the way we practice daily. It really is here.
I was trying to avoid all the hospital, geeky talk, but I'm affraid it's all I've done all week, so it's leached it's way onto here too!
I had a proper nurses lunch, which was great. I ...
... of the other international girls and we went to Walmart to stock up on supplies. I LOVE WALMART! Everything is so damn cheap. I spent like $200 and I could have spent a lot more but I ran out of my room in my trolley!
Anyway, on Monday all of the domestic American students moved back into their rooms. I am living in what is called The ‘I-House’. The I-House is made up of the current International Exchange students and American students who apply to live here with ...