Hampton Inn Milford
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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The train is running late. We had engine trouble part way through the journey and lost power. but we have been up and running again the last hour, and only about 15 minutes behind schedule. The sun is setting over the East Coast and I'm glad for the warmth as I watch it. Today I decided that I didn't want to try and do too much. Besides, few places are open before 11 on a Sunday and my train was at 1.40pm. So I focused on two things, well three maybe, the first ...
... really opens up your mind. I know for the majority of people this is near impossible, but it is life changing. I can sit here and write hundreds of pages on my experience, but I’ll try to keep it to the basics.
The major thing I found traveling was that people are innately good. I’ve read this in a million travel books but never realized it until I left Taiwan. Of course you run ...
... it was time to sell the old girl and make a move into something newer. My good friend Rob is a diesel mechanic. He works on multi million dollar yachts everyday. When I explained my plans to upgrade, he firmly told me I was nuts. Just because something is new or you spent a small fortune on it does not guarantee any increase is reliability. He explained that his living is made fixing almost new boats ...
... to Bohemia (read: 45 miles back the way we came) to meet him.
Needless to say, things have not been sorted out for the GTI (Trav and Dave, I know we will have your sympathy).
We looked at one more flat today, very studenty, writing on the walls, small kitchen, no jacuzzi. It was very close to right, but we aren't students anymore, we're young doctor professionals, who need to maintain an image of professionalism! Anyway, the ...
... that indeed quite a bit of time had passed.
We really enjoyed seeing friends and family, and the whirlwind of activity that surrounds the holidays. It was great to be back, eat some American foods, catch up on American culture and take it all in.
After being in Osaka, it was also interesting seeing America in a new light. I noticed more of the stereotypes about the US that I hadn't seen before. The major difference I ...