Econo Lodge Sutton
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... to each other. It's common ground. Also it's amazing how many languages other people know. Makes us Americans who only know English look pretty unworldly. -I didn't totally keep track of my finances and I'm perfectly happy with that. I realize I'm lucky that I was able to save enough money to be in that kind of financial situation. In the end, my bank account is actually in a pretty good place (shockingly). -I took yoga classes in Vienna (which was in German) and ...
This morning, we drove to Karen's brother's house as he had volunteered to be our guide for the day. Michael drove us in Boston and we embarked on a whole day walking tour. As he had worked in Boston for many years, Michael was very knowledgeable about the various landmarks. We walked the Freedom Trail, saw Paul Revere's house, heard a presentation as we sat in the Old North Church, walked through the Boston Common and saw the Bunker Hill Monument. We enjoyed a lovely lunch in ...
... must have changed the recipe for these as I remember liking them in previous years. . . .
After lunch my afternoon activity was a backcountry ski. Guide Isaac took myself and another guest to the South Fork area and we did the Figure 8 ski. There is a fair bit of gradual climbing and then we had some fun down hill sections. The snow that had started last night continued much of the day and some areas where we skied this afternoon had about ...
... earlier now and wine and snacks are awaiting. Then final packing and partying it up at the Wentworth Piano Bar with Linda and Lorraine.
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By 8:30 AM tomorrow morning, we will be pointing the car south. A week from tomorrow, November 2nd, we will be pulling into our driveway in Miami Beach.
... day 3), met Patrick the programme lead for Secondary. Patrick was my kind of leader, pragmatic, child centred and no bull. He has an engineering degree, came out of Uni and decided to try something different, worked in the residential side here, trained as a social worker and now runs and educational programme. He was a mine of information about curriculum structure, the constant tension between outputs and outcomes and success stories about young people, ...