The Peacock Inn
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... but the lure of toys galore was too strong and N bounced around so much that I gave up and let him go back to playing. I focused on packing up and got everything ready to go, but I failed to get his cat & blankie back into the luggage after it was removed by curious hands, so he's had to do without since then. He still has the musical seahorse, so he's been ok so far. He does sleep without them at daycare, so I ...
... to feel a little fatigued, but the chance to rest, eat, and talk with Kerry and Thea helped me recharge for the last stretch of the ride. Thanks again for the food, water and conversation, it was great meeting you guys! I pounded out the last thirty miles and was starting to dog it with about 7-8 miles left when I ran into a woman named Corey biking the same direction on the canal path. We starting talking and biking and it was ...
... taking part in the relay. It was great to see how into in all the families and students were. Following a very convincing victory by Lehigh University (our team) we went to Lehigh University located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and celebrated with dinner at a Sports Bar with the whole family - grandma, mum, dad, daughter, son, son's girlfriend and me.
It was a very busy and exciting ...
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My parents have lived only about 12 miles away from Princeton for almost 15 years. We'd often go to the Princeton area for shopping and medical appointments, and I was frequently in Princeton 2005-2007 when I taught test-prep classes for Princeton Review, some of which were in town. Washington Road, the way we’d usually drive into Princeton even cuts through the campus. During that time, though, I never gave much thought to checking out the campus.
With time to spare ...