Motel 6 Tewksbury
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... So, wondering which was the best way to get back to the hotel, the waitress suggested we try Uber....the taxi app. Installed it, registered and 'called' a cab...which was promptly parked outside the restaurant. Fare taken directly from card via app...well impressed. Up again at 5am and the girls have decided to try the hotel gym while I blog. Unless they get distracted by breakfast on the way........ Next stop, New York ...
... so excited to get to hang out together all the time. I am already excited to come back to campus, which I guess shows you how much I love this school and my amazing friends!
That's it for now. I will definitely try to write some posts from Spain as I am sure that there will be a lot to say. I also want to try to post some pictures each day but am not sure how the wifi situation is going to be. Keep an eye out on Facebook!
... as singing all of "Part of Your World" solo. Talk about perfect. Ariel has been my favorite Disney princess since I was 2 so it will be so great to sing her song in April!
Other than that, classes have been going well. I really enjoy being on eboard for NU Stage, taking part in all of the logistics and voting at our meetings. It is something I definitely want to continue to do. I also really enjoy my internship, even the walk there has started to grow on me. I feel ...
... t like the way that you have very few assignments that make a large impact on your grade and there are no retakes. You have one big chance to get it right. It is hard to adjust to but the semester is still going very well! I have been looking into the classes I want to take next semester and it has come down to just a couple classes. Things like "Actors and Acting", "Making a Musical", "Financial Management", and "Intro to Marketing". It should be a good semester!
... didn't get into the blog line-up but their insights enriched our dialogue, as did all of the WV staff we met. I can only add that the single most important factor in eradicating injustices like poverty, hunger, disease, gender violence, illiteracy, etc is how we think.
Our journey to South Africa has been a foray into how to think justly. No one argues that humanitarian work is unimportant. We are indeed called to ...