Silent Waters Villa
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... next morning so appeased he lead us though the lush gardens to the room. It was a second story room with a beautiful ocean view which would have been fine but I had a dream of exactly how i pictured our vacation so was happy we would switch in the morning. First thing we did was change and walk down to the beach to walk in the moonlight and feel the waves. No one was there, maybe because it had just finished raining but we reveled in being ...
... beef well prepared. I had the creamed spinach which was excellent. I was impressed that my 2010 bottle of Caymus cabernet sauvignon was served in a Stolzle wine glass rather than a thick stemmed water glass. The place was almost empty the night I was there and seemed almost empty every time I walked by, perhaps due to the $35 per person charge to dine there. Aboard Conquest, it would appear that if it isn’t free (except for booze) it doesn’t sell.
Specialty coffees ...
... is to serve the community and to fit
in with the more historical buildings within Black River, It is to be
flexible as to a future change of use but everything else is up to me
and for me to research. The project isn't particularly suited to any
of my past Engineering experiences or studying but it's interesting
and it will be good to challenge myself.
... trying to enjoy their dinner, but we were having such a good time.
This morning we woke up for a sunrise hike. We stood on top of one of the highest hills in Top Ridge and watched the sun come up over a mountain. It was the perfect way to close out an amazing week. To me it was a symbol that this is only the beginning of both a rewarding and meaningful career for us, as well as Duke’s involvement with For-U stroke camp and other international adventures.
... to E-Stim. We practiced moving and grasping small objects. We had Carl playing Tic-Tac-Toe with another patient. We used ice to reduce more tone. Then we gave Carl a pen. For the first time in nearly a year, Carl could write his name. He was so proud of himself, and Trista and I were so excited for him. After a break, Carl walked up to Trista and I, and lifted his hand, "Look," he said. On his own, he extended his thumb and pinky. I've never seen ...