Extended Stay America - Piscataway - Rutgers University
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... an absolutely brilliant few months. We've seen and experienced so much and met so many amazing people. It's an experience I wouldn't swap for the world and I sincerely hope it won't be the last trip we take, but for now, I'm ready to come home. If there's one thing travelling has taught me, its that the world is a vast and wonderful place, with a seemingly limitless array of nooks and crannies to explore but at the end of the day, home is where the heart is and there really is no place like it ...
... been discontinued. Before being placed back available on the market, this fragrance was being marketed with the individuals who ended up lucky enough to possess a jar to sell with regard to upwards associated with $400! Tell you exactly how fantastic this kind of perfume is, there was people that have been acquiring it with the price!I will be just like thrilled as every other man in which Abercrombie Hardwoods fragrance has returned out ...
... was so happy to be still alive - and at the beautiful Marriott, that I tipped everyone in sight. It cost me a fortune just to get to my room. And what a room! A beautiful view of the Brooklyn Bridge, some Manhattan skyline AND the Statue of Liberty. Spacious with a chaise lounge (like my spot at home), a fridge (not every room has one), coffee machine (every room has had one of these), magnifying illuminated mirror, BIG bed, smooth sheets, heavenly ...
... I also revisited the memorial inside the American Express building (one of the buildings in the World Financial Centre) built in memory of their 11 staff who died. The remembrance pool is inside the lobby and there are constantly minute drops of water from the ceiling dropping into the pool, which has all the names and a little something about them around it, and the drops signify endless tears. Going through the Winter Garden building, I sat ...
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I'm your ******* hero!
We eventually got out of Knight's Inn at gone 10 [ girls take a while to get ready ] and Nick had used his extra time wisely by finding us a nearby eatery for breakfast. The Waffle House! First and foremost, our windscreen was started to look like the floor of an East London pub Gents. We needed windscreen washer fluid... or whatever the mother **** they call it over here. ...