DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Princeton
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... waiting time would have been 25 mins. Also, on account of the sheer size of the place, which was thronging with hungry citizens, it would have taken ages for the food to arrive. Anyway, I enjoyed my spicy lamb dish with rice and onion bread washed down with a mango lassi. Annette found her dish too salty, so the chef worked some magic and made up for it. We drove back and once back, dad and I watched a documentary on Jimmy Hoffa.
... offspring" in attendance with about 30 other graduates of the class of 1972, which should be interesting, to say the least -- as a friend of mine has already pointed out, I will probably be "everyone's daughter" on the trip. I expect this trip to be eye-opening on religious, spiritual, and definitely cultural levels -- not only will we be immersing ourselves in the history of Judaism and Christianity through visiting all of the ...
... on the enjoyment we experienced and for $27 we didn't mind. The show was absolutely spectacular and we thoroughly enjoyed it. All the voices were amazing particularly the actor playing Frankie Valli. Not only was the singing and acting totally impressive, the set and costume changes were perfect. After the show we went for a few drinks at Applebee's which had a good atmosphere. We then headed back to the hostel exhausted and happy after a good ...
... we land.
We are scheduled to land about an hour early so I will be in no rush to get through customs and to the baggage claim.
The flight was something that can't be describe but I'll do my best. Its long. Its boring. Its cramped. On United flights, they provide free individual entertainment which is awesome! And I got fed twice, dinner and breakfast. Dinner was warm pasta with meatball and a side salad. I ...
... just tuned it out and started to click away, taking photos of the xmas tree, of the ice skating rink (as freezing as it was) of the lit-up angels displayed in the garden, my fingers wouldn't move but I pushed myself through the intense pain I was feeling to once again, take photos that invoked such indescribable feelings of joy every time I look at them and yes, some may be out of focus slightly and the camera may be not talking to me for a while due ...