The Westin Mount Laurel
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... I arrived they were already well setup, things just needed a little tweaking and we were done by 1630h.
I was walking back to the hotel when I took a wrong turn and got a little lost. I sorta knew where I was but decided to fast track the correction by using the GPS on my iPhone which gave me walking directions and I was back at the hotel in 5 minutes. How did we ever live without SmartPhones?
That night for dinner I was ...
... started popping up along the road side. Driving through the main town, I definitely felt the history and how small the city is. Coming from NYC, it was odd to be somewhere where the sky wasn't constantly scraped with buildings and millions of tourists weren't roaming the streets with maps. I arrived at the hostel and immediately fell in love. Not only was it called apple hostels, it had very bright coloured walls and a great common area with free table football and bean bags. ...
... though and a really nice group of people from all over the world. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 17 Number of States visited; 7 Number of hospitals visited; 8 Days spent at conference; 5 Number of journeys via aeroplane; 9 (10 322 mileage miles) Number of train journeys; 2 (117 miles-as the crow flies) Number of bus journeys; 37 Maximum temperature; 32 degrees Minimum temperature; -12 ...
... exhausted and I unpacked my bag and watched tv. The room was ok, not great, the bed was comfy with lots of soft pillows, but the air con is very loud and so is the bathroom fan, none of the lamps work and when I pushed the plug into the sink it wouldn't come back out. On top of this I had no idea how to get the shower working. After a long time of pushing, pulling and turning I gave in and called reception. She told me I just had to pull it out, ...
... with various projects, some new, some wrap ups. Early on we headed over to Carpenter’s Woods and were taught by a guy named Dave how to plant and mulch trees properly! Dave was quite a guy, and a great teacher. We planted 60 some odd trees before the day was over. The purpose was to return that section of wood to its NATURAL tree habitat to bolster its natural wildlife.
A rainy day sent us inwards for a day, painting the gym ...