Hilton Garden Inn Danbury
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... there and I am so grateful for them. After living there for such a long time, I built a strong foundation of friends, places, familiar smells and sounds, and memories on which I can see and experience while visiting. It is such a beautiful and familiar place for me and I was blessed with the opportunity to visit there again.
Yesterday I drove down to Connecticut to see my grandparents. They are such warm, ...
We started off a little later than we wanted, but still in plenty of time to get through Hartford, CT in time to avoid the traffic and make it to Jess and Pete's by mid-afternoon. However, as we approached Danbury, CT, there were signs all over saying "Rt 84 closed at Exit 5" so we decided to get off the highway and take smaller, back roads to avoid the delay. However, while traveling on these smaller roads, ...
... a walk to the Rockefeller Centre where we jumped back on the bus and headed up to Central Park. We met Eric on the corner and all headed into FAO Schwarz where the kids had a go on the big piano. Then for a drink and or snack on a bench in Central Park before a walk back to Grand Central and the train back to Pleasantville. Another action packed day. Dinner and bed for ...
... they rocked and swung. Brilliant.
Anyway leaving the theatre I saw a man who looked like Michael Gramaglia, the documentary film maker of the documentary of GP that in a roundabout way has led to the re-formation of the Rumour and my presence in the USA. It was Michael and his brother and film editor Johnny.
Michael and I have exchanged some messages over the past few years so he recognised my name. After a brief chat Michael asked if I would like to ...
... my second United State. It was about half an hours drive away. When I walked I was surprised by how much was in there, they sold everything and this was apparently a small Walmart. I just got some essentials, after-sun, a water bottle, a towel etc etc. Nothing major. Folk were buying iPads etc. After I spent $40 on random wee bits and bobs I made my way to another shop that sold big labels at small small prices, like a cheaper version of TKMax. I didn't ...