Country Garden Inn and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to do. But, I just get to do it in an amazing city. Because at the end of the day, you get don't get any certificates or medals or prizes for buying a new car or a fancy house or even having a certain career. So, at the end of the day, I realized that I'm not the most happy being like everyone else. I'm the most happy doing what I want to do. And, as I found out, the possibilities are endless. Stay turned for fun and adventures.
Just about to leave Boston.....up again at 5am!! So, I'll try and catch up with what we've done so far.. The flight was great....well looked after, great seats that reclined to fully flat beds and lovely food and wine. Fell asleep straight after the meal and woke up on approach to Boston. Hotel is connected to airport via an air bridge...so that was easy enough. We all woke up at 5am on day one, as we're probably still on ...
... Sunday the traffic wouldn't be so bad so we went right through downtown Boston, but there was a wreck so it wasn't so fast. We only got lost at the end when GPS Mary and Dora the Explorer didn't agree....we followed Dora for awhile because we thought she has the most up to date info, but figured out she had no clue where we were going. GPS Mary got us safely to our hotel. We should trust Mary.
... retirement contributions, bonuses, stipend for accommodations, etc).
Drum roooooollll....... We took the positions at the GEMS American Academy in Abu Dhabi!!! We have been blessed to find a school who is willing to bring us in, and get us trained in the IB DP Program (International Baccalaureate Diploma Program). Ben was hired to take over the IB Physics for high school. I will be teaching the IB Chemistry for the high school.
... handy for that!). So yes, I was part way down Massachusetts Avenue and I saw the MIT museum and thought why not. Even better it was only $5 for students. I didn't spend ages in there, but had a good little gander about and of course had to pick up a few bits from the shop!
Anyway, time to clock off. It's been a long walking day. Back to NYC tomorrow and to the Archives on Monday. If I've missed anything I am sure I can update when I am on the train back ...