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. ...
... I’ll be using the communication the dinosaurs used - email. As of now, the plan is avoid texting altogether so email me! I promise to respond if I feel like it. Feel free to place bets via email on which sibling will strangle the other sibling first (hint: I used to do kickboxing in 10th grade). Fans, groupies, the management - See you on the other side (literally - the other side of the world though…) My email is ...
... we arrived at the airport we weren't even sure if we would take off on time as it was extremely foggy. Not sure how they operate their airports in Austria but we were only delayed 35 minutes because they were waiting for inbound connecting passengers. Fog does not seem to present as big an issue in Austria as it does in New York. We were scheduled to depart at 10:40 am, but did not leave the gate until 11:15 am. The pilot announced that the flight would take us 8 ...
... 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 ...