Extended Stay America - Princeton - West Windsor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on a plane, "Sir, you have been upgraded." The flight to Tokyo Narita was as a result much more comfortable than I had anticipated. At Tokyo we had a four hour layover which was passed by drinking some of the local brew called Asahi, which is a pretty nice beer, and snacking on some local delicacies such as Gyozas. Dumplings and Japanese Curry.
We got on the plane on time but were then held up ...
Sharon and I went back to Princeton for Freshmen Family Weekend. It was an opportunity to see Michael and attend some discussions on life at Princeton. We also saw part of a football game. The weather was nice and we took lots of pictures of the campus to give you a good sense of what it looks like there.
Paul and Sharon
... SlingShot, which is a chair that gets shot/catapulted straight into the sky. As we were in line to buy tickets, Rob realized that his money clip was missing. We searched all his pockets, and ended up going to Lost and Found to file a report. In addition to $240, it also had my license in it. The security guy didn't seem too optimistic we'd get it back, but we tried anyway. We also walked to where we had lunch in case it fell out there, but no luck. ...
Sleep Log: Sleep has been recorded as normal. I think I have finally reached a breakthrough.
Today, when I woke up, my limbs were very sore from yesterday. I also had a headache and sore throat. By the time I ate some breakfast, my parents and sister were going the dentist for my sister's dental surgery. i decided to stay home and give her some ...
... We passed thru the Catskills, south into New Jersey, passing famous upstate locals without stopping. However, I realized a striking similarity in how the freeways were arranged on this part of the country. Instead of 10 feet high soundwalls, both sides of the freeway were enclosed in a wall/canopy of green trees. The wall was consistent and thick. At all times impenetrable visually. Even if we passed thru densely populated areas, as we ...