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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... season, Christmas has always been about spending time with my family, laughing about how our Christmas cracker hats never fit or racing clockwork Christmas puddings across the dinner table. Not having these experiences this year has been playing on my mind for quite some time. Despite keeping myself occupied (mostly by wrestling with Oscar who has grown up a lot in the past month), it has still been lingering in my mind.
... with my students ready for the afternoons performance. It turns out though that their version of the song was a weird mixture of Demi Levato's cover of the song and the carol "Silent Night" which made no sense what so ever (but thinking about it as I drink my second coffee, hardly anything makes sense out here at times). Despite not having the opportunity to belt out the money note in the song, I have to say I enjoyed rehearsing (beats teaching my nemesis class Grade ...
... learning new techniques to try with his own students. "But most of all," he says, "when I get back to my classroom, I'm going to be less authoritarian and more of a friend. That's important, I think."
Two hours later, after the food is mostly gone and our wine glasses are empty, we all head back to the hotel. We want to make sure ...
... thoughtful, illuminating, hilarious, and often deeply moving.
And the progress the professors showed in their ability to involve their colleagues in learning activities? Stellar! Many showed significant movement away from " stand and deliver" lectures; and ...
... of the mountain which we thought might have been it but as we started walking down the track, it began to get steeper and steeper to a point where I was gripping on for dear life as my shoes (which are normally good at hill climbing) kept losing their grip. I kept sliding from tree to tree (much to Robin's amusement). By the time it began to get less steep we were already 3/4 of the way down the mountain (an area none of us had been before) and it was so steep ...