Holiday Inn Express in Plainville
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... made our way to CHEERS the bar made famous in the TV Series of the same name. Inside does not look the same and I could not see Norm sitting at the bar. The place was packed and we had to wait about 10 minutes to. get a table to have some lunch and a nice cold one as if was very hot outside. After this late lunch we took our time walking through the streets making our way ...
... ports around the world. They have 2 sons in New Zealand aged in their early twenties, they said. Amazing what some people do, eh?! They got off the bus near the harbour as their yacht was moored right nearby. Anyway, now we've dumped our gear here at the hotel, we're going to go out and find something to eat.. It's already 8pm, but the place is pretty buzzy with lots of cafes and restaurants ...
... choice, but it's fine. We have "off" tomorrow in order to put together a power point presentation that we present on Friday that will be graded. So after class our group got together to jot down a few points and after breakfast tomorrow morning we hope to get a lot done or even all of it before lunch. So that way we can wrap it up, print it out and practice our part as each one of us has to present.
So no pictures today. ...
I currently find myself in an empty dining hall, without food nor students, and it has never been this quiet before. Exams finished on Monday and thus the last students moved out yesterday or today and campus is pretty much deserted apart from the last parents wandering around and dragging their kid's suitcases to the car. The last couple of weeks went by incredibly fast. I spent a lot of time in the library, studying for my five final exams, and I spent the rest of the ...
... much to our approval). On top of the bread al your shared dishes are ceremoniously plonked. We had meat, avoiding the vegetarian nonsense,in a variety of sauces, non dull but none particularly spicy. The waitress kept returning to refill our bread until all the meat was (pretty quickly) demolished. The only downside to Ehtiopian we'd say was the honey wine we had to accompany - a bit like the 'bubbly;' you get on a bad hen night.