Hampton Inn Princeton
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... at the house, we went into Princeton to have a look around. First we saw the University and various buildings, the library, Nassau hall, the faculty gardens and house, for a nice drink at a pub where Annette had left a very useful cooler bag in there, but I retrieved it, and finally we picked dad up from the institute and had dinner at 10pm. This wasn't so bad as Annette and I had had a rather late Chinese buffet lunch at ...
The next leg of our trip was the road to Boston.
Over the next couple of days we weaved our way along the east coast taking in beautiful Annapolis and Baltimore before a delightful stop in Princeton. We were only here for 1/2 a day but this place was just too lovely not to have listed it on our travels.
This University town was vibrant, bustling and full of amazing buildings where you just felt smarter sitting on their lawns.
It felt like being ...
... later we were free to relax for the rest of the day. We get the tube over to Central Park where we two bikes for an hour for $10 each which didn't seem too unreasonable. We cycled around the entire park stopping plenty of times to take pictures and enjoy the views. The weather was absolutely glorious making the bike ride even more pleasant. There were so many runners in the park it seemed like there was an organised run taking place, ...
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Last time on US soil until the 28th. As usually got off the plane, found the gate, and waited. I watched Saving Mr. Banks which in my opinion was an excellent film. Maybe that because it wasted the 2 hour layover.
Just sitting in the gate area gave me a small taste of what is to come. Accents on accents on accents. I felt like a foreigner even in the Newark Airport. We boarded the plane at 630pm. On the plane ...
Opposite Saks is The Rockefeller Centre where the huge xmas tree is and the ice skating rink that I took photos of a week ago in the daylight. Now, this is where the magic begins, it was about 8:30pm, pitch black except for street lighting, literally thousands of people around taking photos of the tree and all the wonderful lights around the Centre and my camera did the usual "its too dark, I don't want to take any shots here, take me ...