Extended Stay America - Princeton - South Brunswick
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... for all of them (one fleece would have been much more useful in that space). One great decision was to bring the extra large carry on bag for my purchases - excited about unwrapping them all to remember what I bought. I realized this morning that I didn't hear the call from the mosque waking me up - kinda missed it. But as always, it's a treat to be home and to sleep in my own bed That's it for this blog - see you on my next ...
... no big deal I will figure it out. They will probably put me up in a hotel the first few days. I have been told there are two possibilities of living arrangements.. small apt in the city (potentially no room for a car) and a bigger apt/bungalow about 20 to 30 min from the office but with a car. For those of you who know me well.... manual does not come easy for me. I drove a manual when i lived in Italy but did the sign of the cross every time i got in the ...
... we go inside to find this place isnt up to much, panels missing in the ceiling etc. First things first lets lock that door and put the latch on, which was lucky i did because some dude who "works" here just decided to let himself in. I dont think i have ever seen matty like this, actually thought he was about to burst into tears. There was a crowne plaza next door, looked real nice and safe haha. We decide to go get our money back, which im surprised we had ...
Up at 10:30. We packed most of our stuff the night before so we relaxingly finished off and check out of Hotel Azure at 11:40am.
We headed around the corner to 2 shots, a clothing store that we found that does Nicaraguan coffee. So we had good lattes and some cookies.
I looked up free things to do in NY as we a very poor now.. Haha.
We headed downtown to an African burial ground that was discovered during construction in 1991. 400 caskets ...
... later we were free to relax for the rest of the day. We get the tube over to Central Park where we two bikes for an hour for $10 each which didn't seem too unreasonable. We cycled around the entire park stopping plenty of times to take pictures and enjoy the views. The weather was absolutely glorious making the bike ride even more pleasant. There were so many runners in the park it seemed like there was an organised run taking place, ...