Hampton Inn Princeton
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... Harvard the following year. We chattered so much that I forgot to take pics until the last minute! Tis a gorgeous Ivy League / old east coast campus with a mix of new and old buildings. No open RV parks nearby, so 2 more hours of driving into Pennsylvania, ...
... wealthy means. We thought we could pick out the professors too - very neatly dressed in suits and the Princeton tie. Einstein spent some years of his life here so maybe it really is 'smart' to be in Princeton!!! After lunch sitting in the outdoors and a little shopping we drove northwest towards Bethlehem, Pennsylvania where we were to visit a family who we met on our tour in Israel last year. More on that ...
... was a very good one, at first. Unfortunately, it didn’t took into account that the Chai was working itself through the ancient pipe system into the second toilet. And this was not the end of the journey of Peters Chocolate-Automobile (auto picture)... But again, I don’t want to spoil...
They left out breakfast and made their way to New York Airport, which is actually called Newark, but sounds like the first one. There they planned to pick up their rental car for ...
... is full, many continuing from Charlotte on same plane to the Bahamas. Tempting! We have a queue of 12 planes in front of us,losing 30 minutes on our schedule, and people making connections in Charlotte are visible nervous. We have 2 hours so are seriously chilled. Irritating Chinese Children on seats in front, but drinks arrive and soon we descend through clouds to Charlotte, North ...
... SlingShot, which is a chair that gets shot/catapulted straight into the sky. As we were in line to buy tickets, Rob realized that his money clip was missing. We searched all his pockets, and ended up going to Lost and Found to file a report. In addition to $240, it also had my license in it. The security guy didn't seem too optimistic we'd get it back, but we tried anyway. We also walked to where we had lunch in case it fell out there, but no luck. ...