Oxford Inn Silverdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The plane ride so far has been eventful. The woman who checked us in, Isabella, reconfigured our seating so as to allow us to sit next to each other. After placing our backpacks inside duffel bags and checking them, we donned our daypacks and set out in search of the security check. Finally we found it. There was, unsurprisingly, a lengthy line preceding the usual business where a rather stout woman calls people forward, directing them in an assertive tone (if ...
... a shock to see virtually no trees as far as the eye could see. It is hard to imagine how people live in Churchill year round. No Starbucks, no Costco, not even a Walmart. Milk is $12 a gallon; I cannot imagine what other prices are. There are bitterly cold winters with blizzards, hot summers where insects rule the land. To reach any reasonable level of civilization a 42 hour train ride or 2 hour plane ride is necessary. Our van driver was a young lady who came ...
... laughed because there was not much else we could do. After the shower passed, we continued to drink vodka and eat vodka - soaked fruit that perhaps, tipped me over the edge slightly. This was shown from an energy plummet and a 3 hour nap after we finished the route. That evening, we played Cards Against Humanity and I actually cried a lot with laughter. Seriously, people need to make this purchase. The following day, we rushed home because Nicole had planned a joint birthday ...
... So I walked back to the lightrail station, because above it was the monorail station to take me to the bast of the Space Needle.
So I arrived, took a few photos, then headed up with my prepaid ticket. The elevator ride was relatively short, but with a great view as we ascended along the outside of the Space Needle.
Once at the top, there was a small cafe, an outside section to look around, and not much else. I ...
... on their patient. This meant there was minimal face to face interaction on the wards but the team did come together for daily 'huddles' (MDT's). In terms of rehab pathways, here each therapist states whether they feel the patient would benefit from a 'rehab consult.' This meant that the rehab team would assess the patient and decide if they were suitable for the acute rehab ward. If they were not suitable, ...