- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... we did advance here in Old Bridge and he came out in clown to work with us. It was really nice to have quality down time where we could catch up, laugh, and fill Pat in on our time on the show so far (he was instrumental in helping John a few years back when we started pursuing working for a circus).
When we arrived back at the lot, we parted ways with the Cashins and got ready for work. Thankfully, while we were gone, a sewage dump ...
... day…sometimes the clowns teamed up in a classroom and other times, they each went to their own classroom and did their own thing. As classes were letting out, we ambushed them in the hallways with juggling and hat tricks. Judging from how many kids they made laugh, I think it was the most effective one we did all day.
Too soon, the day was over and Pat ended up with a packed evening, so we said our goodbyes and took off for Bangor, PA. ...
We. Are. Exhausted.
New York City was a really fun time, but we are definitely happy to be on the move again. We enjoyed some nice hot showers at Gillian's apartment yesterday morning, and got in touch with Bronwen about a lunch date. We met up with her in Soho, and enjoyed a nice walk from there through Little Italy over to Chinatown. She took us to Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodle (or something along those lines) where ...
... We woke up to tea brewing, which furthered the comfortable afternoon.
We soon broke out the cards and set out to play some Hands and Feet. How fun! What I love best about that game is that it inevitably requires a lot of people all around the table interacting with each other. That's my favorite, and that's what the rest of the evening was all about.
The night could not extend too long. Kelsey and I had a 7:45 show at a school 40 minutes away the next morning. But ...
... Although independent travel is more work and involves some additional risks, I tend to believe it provides a somewhat richer overall travel experience. One of the things I realized at the end of this trip is that in total I have traveled nearly one full year on overland trips with Dragoman. Although that seems like a lot a glance at the globe or at the maps on which I plot out all the routes I have taken in my travels reveals how little of the world I have yet ...