Bordentown Days Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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My MBA program is gearing up for our trip to South Africa with the first of four meetings this Friday. We will get an overview of our itinerary as well as discuss some interesting reads, a book, and a video that we had to be ...
... it. And this is where it all went wrong.
"Oh, you still have a UK license?" he questioned. I explained to him again that I'd only just arrived, and had not had time to go down to the DMV, but I was riding a bike to the gym and so it didn't really matter.
"I'm sorry, but we are only able to give 1-week passes to people with state-issued ID to prove that you live locally." He said. Despite my attempts to assuage his fears that I ...
... a nearby disabled-cart driver how to get to our gate, he offered to drive us! So the 6 of us were escorted in style - feeling maybe a little sheepish! Lucky really, because Dallas airport is HUGE and it would have taken us some time to reach our gate.
One more, three hour flight, and we arrived safely at our first destination, Philadelphia. All any of us wanted to do at this stage was crawl into bed, but there was still picking up ...
... miss Stephanie and Shelia...quality people who ran a quality program! And, I can't stress this enough...got every ounce of talent out of their players!
I left that brief Reunion walking about three feet off the ground, and headed back to my hotel to check out and head to my next Presidential gravesite.
I used Garmin to get to President Teddy Roosevelt's gravesite. I am not sure I've taken so many turns on the way to ...
... but a map of Korea of the 1890's showing places where my Halm grandfather traveled, probably on foot, with descriptions of sites, hotels and restaurants he visited. I had heard he was a traveling school teacher who had met my grandmother in Seoul in 1903-1904 before escaping to Honolulu to make a new life.
Upon landing in Washington, DC or any U.S. port of entry, I always get a lump in my throat when I see the Stars and Stripes, happy to be back in the ...