West Lane Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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I think the train is going to miss me. We've been bonding over my regular 4 minute journeys by the Hudson. It was 10-15 minute late, prolonging the my last time at the station, not wanting to say goodbye. And then Sam (who is actually called Eric) - the one who explained to me about Bob turned up. He thought I had already gone back to England. So we had a chat about the weather, and the fact that he was born in Switzerland (his parents ...
... get off the train. I checked my watch, at which point the guy behind me (eccentric looking, and a tad slurry...) asked for the time. Politely, I told him. Then the conversation started as he asked if I was from London. It was a slightly awkward conversation where he asked lots of slurry questions and I found it difficult to understand him. He then introduced himself as Hugh so I felt I should say who I was (the minimum I might add). Then ...
... was doing research at the Rockefeller Archives, to which one girl said to the other "did you hear that, doing research at the Rockefeller archives, that is so cool!". I even had help packing my shopping.
I feel now that I am totally set up for the next 3 weeks. Now all that is left to do is plan through my RF work over the next few evenings, and decide on what I want to do in Manhattan at the weekend. I have also discovered the the NY Public ...
... me. That being said, I will try to keep up with this as much as I can and as much as the internet allows me. As I took on the first role of booking a hotel for the first 2 nights in Yangon, I really had to set my priorities straight when choosing between the hotel with the bathroom or the hotel with the hot water. It just doesn’t seem like wi-fi will make it on the list of important accommodations. So aside from wearing ugly shoes and ...
... except on the subway I guess. Allegedly, it's the biggest in the world, for good reason I'm sure.
A few more bits and bobs were tidied up before heading to the lab. Into the door I stepped, bracing myself for champagne and streamers, only to be confronted with an empty building. I walked around until I managed to find a PhD student, who seemed slightly confused that I was here (although later seemed to remember something about a new ...