DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Princeton
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... nooks inside (downstairs & upstairs), armchairs, tables, etc. Everyone got a little wild running down the ramps & climbing stairs and he to be calmed down. We found many of our favorite titles like Chicka Chicka Boom Boom and Goodnight Moon. There was also a little puppet theater that we weren't quite ready to take advantage of, but we will try again in a few years! We headed back to the Evaninis to try ...
... expedited clearance. I then went through security without having to take off my shoes or take anything out of my bag! So awesome! As I sit, drinking my coffee and looking out into Newark's foggy sky, I feel the excitement in the pit my stomach and deep in my chest. To think, i will be entering a foreign land with no plan (past my first two days) and just one bag - so scary and so ...
... the stores. A creating a very time- and distance-efficient Route (something women would never do going shopping). After the final route planning the massacre began .. but that is an entirely different story.
P.S.: At the last store the group was asked, if they had problems getting to Woodbury, since there was a Tornado warning during the afternoon...their full attention were the burgers at the time. They denied the question with surprised faces and wandered off happily and poor.
... A few seconds down the road, Kerry shouted out asking if I wanted some food. I have been a bottomless pit on the trip while I'm biking, so his offer was one I couldn't refuse. They invited me to their backyard patio, where they gave me one of the best tasting deli sandwiches and glasses of lemonade I've had. I washed the sandwich down with some Doritos and a plum. It was perfect timing, I had done about fifty miles and ...
... on the plane. Our flight with British Air actually got off a bit early. Shocking that there was no delay! On board we had dinner. Brit Air offers free wine, and we both had some. Of course mine went straight to my head. By 8:45 p.m. we were passing over the last bit of Newfoundland. I read some magazines stored on my trusty iPad while Jeff watched a movie. Lights went out at 9:00 p.m. and I was already sleepy thanks in large part to the wine, so lights were out for me as well.