Hampton Inn North Brunswick/New Brunswick
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... nonsense and pointong out the different noises, oh and snack, an awful lot of snacking.
Preparation proved key, I’d read all the usual blog posts about packing new toys and books and not getting a different one out until he was finished with whatever he was currently playing with. However it wasn’t what was in my bag that gave me the reserves I needed to make it through the airport, flight, a long border queue and an even longer taxi queue. I’d already given up ...
... of hours at a local hairdresser on Broadway, Greenwich Village. My colour needed some attention, but mainly my hair required a good wash and a dry with a hair dryer. In this freezing weather you can't go out with wet hair, as it freezes and breaks off!! (Men with beards have to wax them in the cold climes too...) It was a strangely silent experience, in what looked like a barber shop. It's the place Hilary and Sean have used for many years. Franco gave a great head massage when ...
... we have walked constantly. We are based in a loft in Chelsea which is downtown on the corner of 18th Street and 10th Avenue. We have walked uptown as high as 61st Street, downtown as far as NYU and have crisscrossed our way across the Avenues as far east as 2nd Avenue ... and the sights we have seen and the experiences we have had have made us fall in love with both the city and its people. Some people may say that New York would be fabulous if it weren't full of ...
... tickets for the ferry and standing on the deck we could NOTsee more than a few meters it was so foggy! We had no idea where she was!
Larry set off the airport type screening device with his little pocket knife in the backpack. We have become quite or maybe almost reasonably efficient with catching the subway. A frustrated NYPD cop was on the station platform yelling ...
... spectacular views I've ever seen from a plane window. Then, mountains. . Once I had sufficiently gawked at this view, and taken pictures for about 10 different Chinese passengers, I returned to the TV screen, which was now playing a German movie portraying a group of schoolchildren fighting to find respect on the soccer field. Naturally, some of the kids were into parkur, and drained bicycle kicks on the reg. One movie later (a karate ...