The Country Inn at the Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the packing to be over so I can start singing, "I'm leaving on a jet plane." The anticipation is killing me, but frankly I don't think I'll have that moment until we are loading up the car tomorrow. Everything of mine is mostly ready to go, but I have a few things that can't be packed until Mark finishes his packing and we can see what bags still have space. Sadly, despite all of the packing you'd have thought we did yesterday, all ...
... game and saw our neighbors (newly moved from the second floor to the first) and decided to join them for a drink. It was the first time we had actually hung out with both of them together and we had a blast! It's a shame we waited so long. We hung out until almost midnight, but Mark retired to the couch around 11 to curl up with their pup, Lucy. Finally, we headed back upstairs to curl up with our kitty for one of the last times until December.
... 1095;асу ночи. Наутр 86; рано-р 072;но я сразу рвану 83; на побер 77;жье, потом 91; что обеща 83;и ...
... The weather couldn't have looked more like fall, large puffy clouds trying to push out the sunshine and blue skies with no threat of rain.
Mark and I decided to try a new restaurant for lunch, Whoopie Pie Cafe, and were silenced by how amazing the food was. We made sure to try the award winning whoopie pies: Blueberry Cheesecake and Dark Seas.
When Mark's parents returned from their drive down the coast to ...
So, I'm off to Fuzhou for the 3rd year in a row. My bag only weighed 33 pounds, but that's good because inevitably I end up carrying the overweight goods from my traveling companions.
This year, again, we'll be teaching teachers of English. My level is middle school, and my content is American Lit. I take a regional approach that encompasses the NE (Wabanaki stories) to the Far West (Sandra Cisneros). But the main focus is not the content but the learning strategies that I ...