Centennial Inn Hotel & Apartments
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Now here is a building that can't make up it's mind. I'm an amphitheater, no arena, no wait... I say this because when we arrived, it was an indoor enclosed arena, though after only a short while, they opened the back to reveal that it was an amphitheater.
The venue itself wasn't bad. It was a nice load in with only a few hiccups. The only one that really affected me was that ...
... after watching the movie! Especially in the mornings when it's covered in fog! I can say one thing for sure already, the magic of camp isn't like anything else in the world and it's certainly not something I can explain easily right now. I know that the friends I've made in just 2 weeks will be lifelong friendships and I can only imagine what it'll be like after 10 weeks ...
This is Jen starting Emma's travel blog for her. I'm hoping that by doing the work for her and purchasing a camera with apps built in will encourage her to keep a journal on her exciting upcoming trip to Nepal! I know...a little over the top but ...
While in Connecticut, we drove down to meet Lucille (Steve Carr's aunt) and David O (Phyllis's brother) in Madison (on Long island sound) and Deep River, respectively. Both were beautiful small towns, David & KC had invited the family for a BBQ and we ended up playing bocce ball and badminton. It was good to see Chelsea and Tad also.
Back at Shruti's next ...
... by to see us, and surprisingly, brought a cake to remind us of our anniversary. The kids played together, either Wii or basket ball or some other outdoor sport. Since the weather was quite nice, we went to play mini-golf.
All in all, a great visit to see Anuj and Shankar's family.
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