Hilton Garden Inn Norwalk
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- Room service
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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. ...
... wanted to do shake shack but ran out of time) Broadway - phantom of the opera! Good but had a tiny little nap cos so tired! Met roger afterwards. Times Square. Marriott Marquis - level 8. Had one cocktail and was drunk. Photo with the Statue of Liberty. Asked for $10 and we refused, $5 and we refused. I said $2 or nothing and he said go. Subway to meet Rogers friends Cindy sandy Janice and Luke Wedge salad LOL. vodka pineapple. Went to ...
... Last, but certainly not least, our guides Jan and Andreas (Andi) were excellent. They were always there to answer any questions, help you when needed, friendly and were more than happy to tell you about their own countries (Czech Republic and Austria). We appreciated everything they did to make sure that we had a fantastic experience, while remaining safe. I tried to be honest in my assessment above, perhaps a bit picky, but please don't misunderstand, VBT did ...
... 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 ...