Residence Inn Mt. Laurel at Bishop's Gate
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... with lunch (chicken salad, water, pretzels, but no Vegemite sandwiches!)
600 buses came in to drop off. That is 600, not a typo!
2700 international delegates 1400 of whom were Italian.
10 other regional conventions this weekend incl Russian, Haitian Creole, American Sign Lang
New Jersey (ours) 53388
Total Friday for all 120662
Awesome but thats all ...
... the buzz from my piņa coladas. I'll continue to take away something from the people that I've met along the way. My experiences and memories of them are the best souvenirs that neither quetzales nor dolares can buy. I've explored one more latino country and I can't wait for my next adventure down south (don't worry mom, it won't be for while). I'm thinking Peru though...any takers?
... response system has just been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. With the work in this area at the forefront of the team's minds it's a great time to visit and hopefully I will learn a lot. I had met with one of the people who had been instrumental in the implementation of the Rapid Response Team here, it was so helpful and we chatted for ...
... he drove he rapped along and even did the rap hand movements. Bobbie was pretty impressed, he seemed like a really cool guy. We got to Philly airport checked into our flight and got through security, had burritos and smoothies and waited for our flight. Once we got on board a storm started up outside and we could not leave until it finished, due to the fact that there was lightning. We waited an hour and a half until we got cleared to leave, we were flying to Atlanta and had ...
... if I’m not a med student so I have to pull the old “I was pre-med in university” line.
Some of the stuff is pretty gross, and the fetuses in jars get me quite sad. Some of them show the stages of development… some just poor kids who didn’t develop properly (without a brain, head, various body parts outside the body etc). An exhibit that I do like is one where they’ve taken the Grimm fairy ...