Days Inn East Windsor/Hightstown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they didn't even glance in our direction (which was good for us as we were trying to be inconspicuous) so as soon as our fingers had feeling in them, we got out of there quick smart in case security asked to kindly leave their store in a nice way like handcuffing us with cable ties and unceremoniously throwing us out into the snow - no, there was no snow sorry to get your hopes up!!!
So walked around in the sub-zero conditions trying to ...
Today was a day for sales shopping! It started with a sesame Hightstown Bagel and a Dunckin' Doughnuts latte for energy. We dropped host family's friend at the train station before hitting the shops. I managed to get most of my Christmas presents in the first store! We did have to stay in line for ...
Celebration was the agenda of the day, the family's church was having it's 75th anniversary. For us it started with a Hightstown Bagel, the best I have ever tasted! So hot and fresh you could eat it without topping. Then Sunday School, I helped out with the 5th Grade class (something I used to do at my parent's church). The class was working on fund raising for disaster relief following the local devastation from Hurricane Sandy. We then had the Sunday School classes together ...
... in the partnership but obviously this didn't matter for Zumba. The whole thing was hilarious, I just go the feet worked out and I had to involve my arms! Anyway I learned some good new moves.
Thought you may want to see my lovely car so I've added a picture.
Luckily Amy lived in the UK for 2 years, she is always in the mood for cup of tea, so on our return we relaxed with a proper ...
... percentage of park visitors venture further than ¼ mile from their cars. By venturing out, you get relative peace and quiet and the experience is geometrically enhanced.
3. Each national park has a junior ranger program for kids. Depending on the child's age, certain activities pertaining to the relevant park must be completed. Upon completing the requisite tasks, the child is eligible to be ...