Holiday Inn Express Bridgewater - Branchburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... through security. Mucho flights were taking off about the same time we were, plus it was Friday when most people begin or end their vacations. Once through security, I used my free United Club passes so we didn't have to wait at the gate. We stayed in the club eating some free snacks and drinks, reading or checking e-mail until 6:45 p.m. when we walked down to the gate. They were already ...
... after boarding. The fact that the flight attendants turned down the lights made it much easier for everyone to get some rest, even if it was a bit uncomfortable. A few had high hopes for watching up to 3 movies on the flight, but as soon as the lights dimmed, sleep won, and thankfully, it was a nice, smooth ...
... journey. I knew that they died during the 1930s, because they were listed in the 1930 census, but not the 1940 census. They lived in Newark, New Jersey, during the early 20th century, so I knew they had to be buried locally. I had no death dates to go by either. It was like they were completely forgotten in history. Even my cousin Bill who is ten years older than me and actually grew up in New Jersey did not know ...
... we land.
We are scheduled to land about an hour early so I will be in no rush to get through customs and to the baggage claim.
The flight was something that can't be describe but I'll do my best. Its long. Its boring. Its cramped. On United flights, they provide free individual entertainment which is awesome! And I got fed twice, dinner and breakfast. Dinner was warm pasta with meatball and a side salad. I ...
By noon, our hunger pangs drove us outside to a deli at which we left a significant investment in the local economy however not enough to keep Tony Soprano in the style to which he was accustomed.
We are now 3 1/2 hours from our flight to Frankfurt and we're both really looking forward to a reasonable meal, somewhat better wine than the Koolade served here, and a seat ...