Phew. I turned in my business report! I stayed up late into the night or early in the morning, depending on how you look at it. Our R.C.As let the Hotelies work in our floor's lounge until we finished our reports. There was about six or seven of us asking each other questions about how to make the Average ADR by Segment graph, what to write, and how to structure our reports. After fighting off sleep for a long time, we all finished and when Frank and I came down for breakfast, our new friends Jiyoon and Julia gave us coffee because we tried to walk them through using Excel. That cup of coffee was so useful.
After watching a video on hotel service, our class sped away from the lecture hall to the computer labs to get our reports scanned by he T.A.s, submitted to Blackboard, and printed for grading. Frank and I sat near Kathleen, Jiyoon, and Julia. We all helped each other proofread and figure out how to make some formatting changes. We all got our reports in and then left class to enjoy our weekend.
After relaxing and taking a nap I went with Frank to meet up with Mr. Chan-Law, Eric, Alex, and Calvin in the RPCC for dinner before watching Spiderman. (Rachael came later) I couldn't hang out with all the guys the past few days so it was nice to get to sit down, talk, joke, and hang out after a grueling past 24 hours. Mr. Chan-Law took our cohort to the mall to watch Spiderman and because we had some free time, we went to Dick's Sporting Goods to play on their putting green; golf has become a new interest for all of us. It was fun to just relax and see how bad we are at putting.
We then watched Spiderman which, in my opinion, is better than the first Spiderman. I liked how this film is more centered around Peter's life in high school and provides more background information for the plot.