Holiday Inn Express Bridgewater - Branchburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... Statue of Liberty.
However, we are greatly disappointed that Smashburger is no longer in the airport! We are consuming hamburgers and shakes in the knowledge that they will be our last for a couple of weeks.
We are looking forward to the 14+ hours flight to Mumbai (Bombay). Hope they have all the Harry Potter movies on the plane.
We had an exciting trip through airport security. Mike got racially profiled to go through a no-line, no scan, no wait line, while Kurt and I along with half dozen other penn staters were sent through a normal, ridiculously long line complete with foreigner line cutters and a hostile, almost fist-a-cuff between two women. But we finally made it through and are enjoying pre flight refreshments. Spirits are good. Mood- ...
Therese and I are so excited for our much anticipated trip to begin. The extended Germani family had many great suggestions for us at Elena's Graduation party on Saturday. It will be a long journey traveling, we will arrive in Rome in about 17 hours from takeoff. After much planning and worrying I can't believe it's actually here! The weather for the next 12 days in Italy looks perfect! Buon viaggio! ...
... eventually arrives and we head-out to FLL, where there are massive storms. We get to FLL 30 minutes after my flight is supposed to leave, but since the weather is so bad, everything has been grounded and me and the other people on the flight are able to run to catch this flight, which proceeds to sit on the runway for another hour and a half. Guess didn't have to worry that much after all. Flight to Lima ...
... members find the gravesites of their long, lost relatives. She and her group of volunteers literally travel to Trenton to the State Archives to find and retrieve death certificates. They only travel there every so often, so having them do so before this trip was a chance. In fact, on their first visit to Trenton recently, they could not find them! The woman helping me (Mary Lish) suggested that I call cemeteries and ask ...