Hyatt Place Princeton
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... tarmac for an hour due to bad weather. It was about this time that I started to regret those beers as I was presented with a “Mini-hangover” coupled with exhaustion from lack of sleep and so on. Anyway, I can see why we were held up as it was a pretty bumpy ride out of Narita and glad I was in a Boeing 767 that is built like a flying tank.
We had only a glimpse of Japan but it ...
After a week, during which Michael spent six days hiking in the Shenandoah mountains in Virginia, we went back to Princeton to bring him more of his stuff and see how he was doing.
Michael survived the camping trip and was happy he did it, but wasn't too keen on doing it again. They covered 28 miles over ...
... to get us up to 126mph to climb the 457ft tower - it basically went by in four frames - wow, we're going fast, wow, we're climbing, holy ****, we're going down, oh, we're back. We were wobbly after that.
Then it was off to Rolling Thunder, a wooden roller coaster since El Torro wasn't running, however, when we were in line for Rolling Thunder, we saw that El Torro was running, so we went over there. Unfortunately, it was another line, and ...
... she liked the idea of playing so it didn’t take her long to get back on track with her homework, on the promise of play after. Subash had observed my interaction with her and thought I would make a very good kindergarten teacher, however I know I don’t have the patience. Sruti was one 5 year old child; dealing with 20 of them would not be a good idea for me.
Soon it was time to play, however Sruti and I got into a fight. ...
... thru Patterson and Hoboken New Jersey, we saw nothing. Clever, albeit frustrating for the tourist, nonetheless clever. Within the southern confines of New Jersey we joined the 287 and headed into Princeton. A dinner at a Whole Foods, and after checking into out hotel we took a walk along a greenbelt just across a lake from Princeton. We marvelled at the fireflies that lit up the nite, and made our way back to our hotel and called it a night.