Longfellow's Wayside Inn
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... been cheerful and competent. 6:30 PM brought dinner, and a handful of anti-nausea & anti-allergy meds. We had agreed on the lowest doses and fewest agents possible. We started the Taxol at 8:00 PM for 3 hours followed by 1 hour of Carboplatin. We finished at midnight. I was woozy and had a headache, but that’s about it. 6:00 AM: We Did It! And with NO Steroids (usually used but I react badly to them.) I am feeling tired, but clear-headed and not too bad. ...
... ourselves. The grounds were lush and green, the buildings were tall, grand looking and made of stone. Just as they look on tv and in the movies! Sadly you couldn't get into the library without a student ID card, but it would have been impressive I can imagine!
One building we were allowed in was the Memorial Hall which commemorates the students current and those who had graduated who served in the army and navy during the war. There ...
... time and time again is not a concept that really has any historical precedent for African countries, and this shows. In the western world, there exists an implied social contract that is intended to safeguard the rights and economic vitality of the subjects by their rulers. However this notion has taken centuries to really take hold in the western world despite our forgetful imaginations. In Africa, states were arbitrarily determined by ...
... DC. This one was a lot smaller though. Most of the stuff on the trail is pretty close together, and the whole thing didn't take very long but it was a nice way to get out and see some of the city. The smaller cobbled streets are quite pretty and add character. There was also a little park that talked about the Irish and how they flocked over during the depression. According the fact sheets: "In 1847 alone 37,000 landed in Boston." and "Today 44 million Americans claim ...
... I've been calling that bag and its contents the key ingredients for my "rustic adventure." The truth is, my journey is not destined for that of the lone traveler with heavy pockets and an open road before them. In fact, these next six weeks will be filled with familiar faces, warm reunions, and guaranteed beds to sleep in. The only exception here being that my stay on the Austrian farm will come with no familiar face, nor ...