Holiday Inn Express in Plainville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Wow another great day here. A bit cooler thankfully. Maree found her way back from Harvard this morning by bus, not sure I could have. Marianne had another packed agenda for us that started in Early Learning Lower school is run by Elizabeth who has worked here for some years. She is a SALT by trade and still practices but she also runs the Early Learning programme. Early learning and intervention was kid of the theme today. It's ...
... was able to give us an informative and personal account of the school. She told many stories and gave fun facts about the university. Clay and Morgan rubbed the gold toe of the John Harvard statue which is said to bring good luck. Oddly enough, it is also known as the three lie statue as it is not actually John Harvard, he was not really the school's founder, and the date was wrong. I found the fact that both Bill Gates (creator of ...
After the rain of yesterday afternoon we explored a section of the city where there are a string of Irish pubs, in hope of finding some live music. We found places where music was to feature but not until much later in the evening and because of the fear of drinking solidly for 2-3 hours while waiting, a challenge we know many of you would have taken up, we decided to grab some food and wander back to our apartment. We tried some oysters, ...
Up at 7.45 shower went for coffee girls woke but went back to sleep ...they had a big night last night :) shhhh what goes on a trip to the US stays on a trip to the US unless it's needed in the future :). I arranged to meet Rachael and Tracy girl lunch later and headed out to see some sites ,walked to the no 1 trolly stop to get a ride to the Bunker hill memorial,nice trolly guide . Walked through the streets of ...
... by the wonderful Hastings Banda for nearly 30 years and ruled with absolution over every aspect of the country. Despite the autocratic start, today Malawi has a female president and has become a lot less conservative than it once was. Zambia was ruled by Kenneth Kuanda for nearly 25 years, a man who weeped openly in public, and has transitioned relatively stably to peaceful democracy. In neighboring Tanzania, my first destination on my ...