Hampton Inn Parsippany
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... friends Kristen and Adam got married in a beautiful upstate New York wedding, at which I was Kristen’s maid of honor. Lucky for me, Adam is Australian, so approximately half of the guests at this wedding had traveled from Australia for the occasion! Well, they were all lovely. Duh. And I was hooked, I started to really think about what this might mean, could I actually do it? Do I have the guts to just pick up and leave my career I’ve worked so hard for, my ...
... a lot in four weeks.
Shake shack for dinner,
I walked the block to grab it in the rain. Our favorite burger place. Simple, tasty and quick.
The rain fell slow on me and the passers by. It was a great 20 minutes enjoying Times Square and it's madness for the last time, the crowds, the tourists, the weird, wild and wonderful place known as the cross roads of ...
... I managed to get off to sleep, waking a few more times and just hitting play again. Had an alarm set for 9am as the marathon expo/registration opened at 10. We took our time getting up and ready. The venue was just a few blocks away so we walked, grabbing some breakfast on the way, we arrived not long after 10 and the line was already massive, not sure how long we waited, around 45mins I think. Finally got to the front of the line and in we went, it was ...
... Australian tourists. Our late lunch was because we were planning to join Jolanta in New Jersey where she was to sing a couple of songs in a bar. We didn't go as we got home a bit later than planned and Jolanta messaged to say that it was a mission to get there. We walked to the subway to go home and on the way stopped to take photos outside a cafe where there must have been a hundred people queued to get in, mainly young women. They were queuing for a newly opened ...
... hours transcribing our adventures via my index finger and iPhone. I'd missed out on a lot of sleep and any encouragement to continue the blog or to supply the next chapter had at best been tepid. The entries to date, I thought, could be expanded upon down track into a book - that is, a more detailed telling of the story. How such a book might materialise is of course beyond me. Crowd sourcing I suppose; that's what one does these days when a financial backer doesn't fall from ...