Hartwell House Inn and Conference Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
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... repetition are necessary, but so is a application and understanding.
Most popular activities in class:
-Unscrambled (students unscramble pronouns and verb conjugations)
- Where is the toucan? (students look at a picture on the board and use their ipads to figure out what Spanish city the toucan is ...
... amp; an early night. Listened to ABC Brisbane at 8pm our time (11am in Brisbane) so we could hear the Last Post for Remembrance Day.
Just found out that we have an extra day here, thought we were leaving tomorrow.
Woke to a glorious morning, crisp but not too cold & even though we recently decided we would only shop if it was wet....today we shopped. There are Premium outlets 30 minutes from here - same company as NY but where ...
... are staying in is just gorgeous, like something from a movie. The town is like Noosa but thinking fishing village rather than beachside, tiny, posh, bridges, limited parking. And it's frickin' freezing! We checked in, did a quick walk around then went to a hotel on the river for a drink (which was full of cool people). Quite a few lobster places are closed for the season but we'd had a restaurant recommended to us which we went to & we had a great dinner ...
... changing color in the fall---mostly the golden rain tree, pictured here.
On our itinerary was Franconia Notch State Park, in White Mountain National Forest. What a visual treat! At Flume Gorge, we walked a path to Table Rock which reminded John and me of The Sinks in the Smoky Mountains. Crossing over the Pemigewasset River via a ...
... in Maine as recently as the mid- 1980's, when people could not understand me because they only spoke French.
The reason to talk about this is so much of the discoveries were made by the French. It was the famed explorer Jacques Cartier who first explored New Brunswick in 1534 and a party with Samuel de Champlain set up camp on St. Croix Island in the Bay of Fundy. So the French are inextricably tied to the settlement of the area. There are also ...