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... feed or supplement prescription is written by the dietitian with no additional signature required, except for parenteral nutrition. Whilst we work collaboratively with the medical team to devise an appropriate plan that best meets all the patient's needs, we do not have to rely on another professional to ok and action or recommendations. It would be interesting to compare the different approaches impact on initiation of nutritional plans, patient and staff satisfaction and ...
... in a neighbourhood that was very Jewish, but no inviting bars.
We ended up back on Broadway, and sitting in a strangely retro place called Big Daddys. The feeling is that when it was built the restaurant come cafe come bar was probably very hip but it's survived to be rediscovered.
The half hour went quickly, Robyn sipping a huge daiquiri and Jonathan a beer, while we went through a stack of Trivial Pursuit cards. And it was happy hour, half ...
... back to the hotel and fell dead asleep at exactly 12:05.
Okay, so I’m not even going to attempt to talk about dinner or Times Square because I’m pretty sure that I was kind of zoned out the entire time with thoughts such as "oh my gosh, oh my gosh, I’m going to see Wicked, I AM GOING TO SEE WICKED, oh my gosh, oh my gosh, I am going to bawl like a 2 day old child because I am going to see Wicked! Oh my god, oh my god, AHHHH!!!" (though what I ...
... lovely when lit up.
Although it was very busy, it only took about an hour to from when we purchased our tickets to reaching the observation deck, some 86 floors up!
Although it was FREEZING, the views were spectacular with lots of photos taken.
After this, we made out way back to the motel, to rest up for day 4 in the Big Apple! ...
... lot of Target with the wind blowing and there were carts scattered all over the lot. There were many cops out with their lights on, monitoring the parking lots. I talked to Tom, and his flight was able to go out after about three different delays. The short drive home was quite interesting, as the Jeep spun out multiple times before sliding through the streets to get to the hotel. Once inside, we ate Black Tie Mousse Cake from Olive Garden and lounged around in bed. ...
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