The Inn At Crystal Cove
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... rubber, all the cereal was saturated in sugar so my final choice was a tub of strawberry yoghurt. Free breakfast though, so can't complain. After saying goodbye to Lucy downstairs (She has to be at Camp today, I'm not needed until the 14th) I went back up in the lift and turned down the hall to go to my room. And the drama started. A lady had passed out two doors down from my room in the hallway. The hotel manager was on the phone to the paramedics while another worker was giving ...
... it hurt to put weight on it. *sigh* My capacity for hurting myself still surprises me sometimes.
By that point, I was also pretty hungry, so I limped back toward my hotel and ended up stopping at one of the restaurants next to it. The restaurant was a pretty fancy-looking place and they happened to have my favorite wine on the menu, so in deference to that, I ordered myself a glass of wine.
I don't think most of you ...
Cambridge wasn't a total loss, we stopped in at the MIT museum which had some really neat exhibits on robotics and holograms and mechanical engineering. We ate breakfast at Cafe Luna, which had good reviews but really wasn't very impressive. On our way back we stopped in at Mead Hall which was pretty decent, big tap list and some cool meads. Overall though our Cambridge adventure was a bit of a let ...
... free care to children that have been burnt and saw patients from all over the world. The facilities were amazing and children who had tragic injuries got excellent care and rehabilitation in a child friendly environment. Thanksgiving was spent with a friend from home who is living in Boston nannying. She took me along to a dinner she was made for her friends. It was great meeting all her friends - they were all so welcoming. We made a full ...
... the oldest war ship afloat in the world - we opted for the guided tour and learnt all sorts of things about war in them those days - and that canons on a ship are called guns - they can only be called canons on land - despite the fact that they are the same thing. On the way - we encountered the Ringley Brothers circus performers - giving the elephants their traditional North End Breakfast. Next stop was the Cheers Bar - for a late lunch of fish and chips and buffalo ...