Four Points By Sheraton Meriden
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We've stopped for the night but I'm still rocking with the motion of the train.... Left Virginia and headed north....passed Baltimore, Philadelphia, NYC...and made it all the way to Connecticut. What a day: Florida to CT ( Palm trees to snow) in 25 hours - ...
... it, in tact we all loved it and I am very happy!
From there to New Haven in Connecticut, the home of Yale University. A great drive through the countryside after leaving the highways. Such different housing up here in the colder climes.
Breakfast overlooking Yale. Of course, wrong time of year for tours, but we had a walk around and looked at some of the beautiful old and delicate buildings.
... followed by pecan pie (my current favorite). There was a family in the restaurant beside me with 3 kids. Some young kids talk with such maturity, it is hard to believe how young they are, and then suddenly they break out in Christmas carols and the little person that they are becomes so apparent.
I loved sitting in the restaurant as it was quiet. It was interesting to watch the people coming in. One fellow was wearing army surplus arctic gear. He ...
... after we prompted him to say something about the destruction or horror he witnessed, he just said that seeing the skyscrapers in Manila (capitol of the Philippines) bent over and destroyed was "cool to see." Who reacts to the devastation of an entire city with intrigue and curiosity? This man.
After not getting what we thought would work in concert with the feelings expressed in the other interviews we took, my film partner and I almost scrapped ...
... new concept. When I talk to Sharron about her experiences growing up in the '60s, every story she tells is linked to a song, every memory is associated with some piece of music. The same applies for my meetings with Bob, the 95-year-old WWII Vet. When I visit with him he tells me how even now, (70 years after the records came out), he still plays the vinyl from the war and dances with his wife, remembering how it was when they were ...