Fairfield Circle Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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So today I officially set out to head off to China...2 hours before my usual wake up time. It was an absolute pain in the neck and I didn't get any sleep until we were at least 5,000 miles away from home. Even then, I didn't get to fall asleep for long because they delivered lunch just as I was dreaming about a planet made of peas and other ...
... on a yearly basis, so probably the most efficient car on the road. It drove like a champ, makes a good noise, and people even fit in the back if you force them.
Thursday we looked at another flat. It was very cheap and in Oyster Bay, the nicest area around (apparently mean income of $110,000). Not surprisingly, it was Oyster Bay's worst house, the girls were very diplomatic when we were asked if we wanted it, claiming that the rooms were "a little small". I ...
... the they would not shut up about their drama (ranging from flute section v. trombone section inter band conflict... to their gossip about the gay band kid who is causing a raucous by sleeping with too many boys and girls in the band). When we arrived at AMC theaters (aka Hooters) we were greeted by Meredith's smiling, cuddly dad who gave us both big hugs and immediately grabbed our bags from the bus.
Walking into Meredith's house was a little bit surreal, but we ...
... boys telling stories to their friends about the bears that they saw in Yosemite, or the hike that we took down the Narrows at Zion, or about that really great BBQ joint in Kansas City, it makes it all well worth it.
Time is our most valued resource. Spend it well.
... Monkey'... it has always been a favorite of mine since college.
The 100th Monkey
A story about social change
By Ken Keyes Jr.
The Japanese monkey, Macaca Fuscata, had been observed in the wild for a period of over 30 years. In 1952, on the island of Koshima, scientists were providing monkeys with sweet potatoes dropped in the sand. The monkey liked the taste of the raw ...