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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Although it took 11 hours to get from DC to Randolph, it was A LOT better than flying since we would still be waiting for our flight today I bet. We scooted out of DC just as THE BIGGEST STORM EVER was coming in. Didn't really see much snow at all on the way up but Amtrack did cancel all northbound trains the next day.
So you know how the train goes - sway sway, choo choo, read, sleep, eat, stand up and stretch - repeat. But it was a bit surprising ...
The trip to New York City began at 6:30am on Monday, 1/26/2015. Unexpectedly, we had to leave an entire day early to beat the storm Juno, coming up the East Coast. Mom and I left the house and went to Rutland, where we got coffee, rations and a ...
... a lucky number. I am DONE!
Medical professionals agree that the treatment protocol I had, chemo>radiation>more chemo, was a tough one. My white counts and red blood cells and platelets have been chronically low>affecting my energy. And it’s mid-winter in New Hampshire. The temperature hovers below freezing. Often it’s below 0 F. The days are short and we count the ...
... is key. After today’s class, another yogi mentioned that somehow, the classes seem to be just what she needs each day. I said, "I have often felt the same."
On this winter solstice day once again, our class was just what I needed. The meditation, pranayama (breath work), chakra awareness, and poses may have affected each of us in in class differently. As I embraced the quiet practice recognizing the darkness of the season, I felt ...
... in Japan where I have never been. Thank you Craig (see link above) for your wonderful photos of Japan. They dovetail with my reading. I have been savoring each leg of the journey. We are touring Tokyo. Paul’s friend, the famous author, Haruki Murakami (Underground) takes us on a city tour. I’m hungry for noodles in the “old shop” on a small back street near the Kappa Bashi, where traditional Japanese kitchen tools are ...