Hampton Inn East Windsor
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... On the road again, I hit the Garden State Parkway and started looking for a place to stay. No way and it was rush hour!! Finally a sign on the road for hotels and I pulled in here. My knees are still knocking and my hands are shaking. I hope I can figure out how to get back on the ...
... the first passengers which meant that we were now going back to the outlet mall to pick up the throngs of tired, bag-laden shoppers and we had front row seats - woohoo!! it paid to be on the bus first as we were now much warmer and the throngs of people outside in the cold weren't happy they had to wait so long for a bus, the very young female bus driver (she looked about 16) didn't care and ignored their wisecracks about waiting for so long ah but ...
... Hilton at around 10:30 and was too tired to eat, so headed to my weird handicap appointed room (the VIP thing gets better, doesn't it?) and promptly crashed.
My plan, as soon as I down another cup of this lovely in-room coffee, is to hit the gym, have some breakfast, and make my way back to the airport. Unsure of what the wifi situation will be once I leave, but am hoping to keep this blog updated as I can.
Celebration was the agenda of the day, the family's church was having it's 75th anniversary. For us it started with a Hightstown Bagel, the best I have ever tasted! So hot and fresh you could eat it without topping. Then Sunday School, I helped out with the 5th Grade class (something I used to do at my parent's church). The class was working on fund raising for disaster relief following the local devastation from Hurricane Sandy. We then had the Sunday School classes together ...
... in the partnership but obviously this didn't matter for Zumba. The whole thing was hilarious, I just go the feet worked out and I had to involve my arms! Anyway I learned some good new moves.
Thought you may want to see my lovely car so I've added a picture.
Luckily Amy lived in the UK for 2 years, she is always in the mood for cup of tea, so on our return we relaxed with a proper ...