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Today was one of the more challenging days I've had, mentally more than anything. I set out from Brooklyn a bit later than I would have liked and had to go back to Times Square to pick up my tent poles. I didn't leave the hotel until around 11:30 and still had 120 blocks before I'd arrive at the bridge to get off of the island. I made it to the bottom of the George Washington bridge around noon, there was a steep climb to get onto ...
... non-existent, and it was an easy drive listening to the radio and telling stories. When we got back into the city, even though it was the Puerto Rican Day Parade, we were able to cross the park at 65th street (talk about getting lucky - thank goodness we threw away those pennies!).
It was a great, quick, weekend trip, and I'm glad we got to drive around Princeton a little and tour the area. The weather was absolutely perfect.
As I am rushing to get to the museum and hoping to see that infamous skull... suuuuure they have the skull alright. To see it, I need to make appointment in advance. Great! All the rushing to get here leaves just enough time for me get to the airport. Not at all disappointed, but still leaving with a feeling of missed opportunity.
As I am arriving at the airport, I can't help but feel that life is good in the U.S. It's amazing, my adopted ...
... Jerry!) I took a flight from Nadi to LAX and was sat between two older women who had just finished a 21 day trip around Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. She had documented in her diary every aspect of the trip and whilst talking about mine she showed me a quote that someone had said previously (No idea who he was!) That quote was "Its not you who takes the trip, its the trip that takes you......" - i couldn't agree more, I loved every minute of it and and was definitely taken by my ...
... make their attack. We stood at the top of the hill at the exact intersection where Washington set up his canon to sweep through Trenton. Assunpink Creek is now just a small city park - it doesn't look like anything really important! But it was here that Washington's artillery pushed back a British counterattack three times in a row. The we headed up to Princeton, which was the ...
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