Hilton Garden Inn Norwalk
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... and it is always a pleasure to see them. We had an absolutely delicious dinner of lobsters, corn, and a fresh salad. If you didn't think it could get any better than that, we had homemade blueberry pie and ice cream for dessert. Amazing.
I got to see my four year old cousin Will this morning before they went to the car wash and I am having lunch with my grandpa this afternoon. Very lovely stay here in Norwalk thus far. ...
... but it took my a while to fall asleep. Then about 11:45 my phone rang. Apparently Neil Armstrong was calling me, sent Rach a text to see why, but didn't get an answer. Just after this there was a lot of siren noise outside. I looked out the window to see the traffic backed up and a fire engine trying to get down the street. Then I went to sleep. And slept well for the rest of the ...
... deck. We will be seated in row 77 in Economy!
We knew we were in trouble when Peter our pilot got on the planes intercom and announced "Achtung, Achtung, you will sit and you will not move from your seats". For entertainment we had a choice of movies -- "U-boat" or "The Last Three Days of the Reich". Music was even better -- Best beer drinking songs for Oktoberfest" or "The twenty greatest yodeling songs of the twentieth century.
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... card pretty much everywhere. Credit cards are accepted worldwide for the most part. You can use your cell phones overseas. And you can email or Skype from WiFi hotspots which are pretty much everywhere.
So today one of the biggest decisions isn't how to get to a far-flung-location or what currency and how much you need to carry, it's what tech should be brought to said far-flung-location.
There are a myriad of options to keep ...
... touch tank' where they got to touch and feel a couple of sharks and many different species of skates and rays. The sharks were described as 'rough' and the skates as 'gooey'! The kids certainly had a great time and we were all intrigued to look at and learn about which species of fish were safely and sustainably fished and which species to avoid as purchase of them would lead to overfishing. Also, funnily ...