Extended Stay America - Mt. Olive - Budd Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I don't plan on putting a gps on. I figure I am only driving to route 1 once I get on that there is no getting lost it's only enjoying the ride. I am concerned about traffic though. It's a weekend the weather is supposed to be spectacular so I can imagine that is going to pull in quite a few tourists into the area hopefully that won't slow me down much. I am 3 hours into the flight now and I saw something peculiar. There ...
... to get both death certificate copies for me! But that did not answer where they were buried.
Mary suggested that I call Fairmount Cemetery to give precise death years this time. Wow! They were found!!! And, just in time for my trip! So, to end this travel blog you will see pictures of this full circle journey. But, the story still has some suspense yet. When I arrived at the cemetery, the records were found and shown ...
... exactly the bus would stop it was time to say goodbye to eb and Reece and head off on my own. It took just over an hour to reach the hotel but it was a pretty non eventful trip. I will be spending the night in the hilton newark airport hotel in New Jersey. Spent a few hours chilling in the room them went and met up with some of the ...
... complete darkness by 7:00pm.
Due to the huge amount of departing flights ahead of us, ours was delayed by a good twenty minutes even though we left the terminal on time. Our United Airlines plane had to slowly follow behind all the other departing planes all the way to the runway. In other words, we had to patiently wait for our turn to take off.
Today marks the start of my year long journey of learning, growth and self-reflection...exploration, adventure and...down time in an airport terminal. Something I'm sure I will be well-acquainted with by the time I get back. Don't worry, two a-day posts won't be a regular occurrence. I know this because in my previous handful of month-long "vacations," I typically journaled faithfully for the first two weeks and then it was sporadic at best after that. But I'm ...