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... On Thursday night we had a fancy dinner with all the GSP students, our coordinator and the Dean at a really nice restaurant, I'm talking courses, 3 of them, involving scallops, and wine, yeah buddy! There was a funny moment where the coordinator asked everyone who was done and only Blaz and I were totally done, which was funny cause everyone picked us as the partiers who did no work...wrong!!!
Anyway so packing up my room was actually really sad. I was feeling ...
... 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.
After running around Greensboro getting all of our last-minute work and personal errands accomplished, we pulled out of the driveway at 11:15 am. Our destination: Dulles International Airport to connect to our 8:40 pm flight to Keflavik airport near Reykjavik, the first leg of our trip to Oslo, Norway! Why, you ask? In celebration of Laura's upcoming 50th birthday in September! 28 years ago, a young, bright-eyed college student, left the relative comfort of ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed