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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... me, I've finally made some friends this week. This has given me a real boost as I've been missing my friends and family now the children aren't around all day to keep me on my toes. I've found a few lovely mums at school that have helped me out so much, I just know we will be friends for a while. We've also made friends with our neighbours, mainly due to 'treegate', bless that awful tree! We were invited to a BBQ next door which was good fun ...
In the last two days here in San Fran, we have done the most amount of outdoor activities that we have probably ever done in our lives. We would like to be known as 'outdoorsy' people from now on ;) Just kidding. But seriously we have done a lot of active stuff around San Fran. On Monday (2nd June) we started with a traditional diner breakfast just down the street from the hotel. It did promise they had 'the best breakfast in all of San Francisco', and they weren't ...
... impression that many Americans were against Obama Care. One consultant said he felt embarrassed at their state of the health care system and that he felt they were falling behind the rest of the developed world. I spent some time with the physical therapists on the burns unit. They have to clock in & out of work but also before & after lunch as well as complete stats on their daily ...
... learned skills in meditation, Qigong, aromatherapy and massage.
What a wonderful experience this has been, I feel much more relaxed, calm, and as I truly gained a different outlook on things. I have found a place to continue attending meditation practice and meditation classes, have to keep this refreshed feeling lasting! ...
... with the waves crashing,twisty roads to test your skills,curves everywhere and you can't tell which way they turn until you get around the corner,switchbacks,high speed straightaways but sudden turns.Adriving skill test in a surreal environment.The best! On the way I also went through tourist towns,Carmel,MontereyBig Sur.Big Sur is the equivalent of Sedona,a road bordering acreek inhabited by the back to earth ...