Holiday Inn Express Plainfield
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- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... Under the British flag, and renamed the Joseph Conrad, Captain Villiers took her on a 58,000-mile voyage around the world that lasted more than two years. Once again boys were her crew–a nucleus of older teenagers from big four-masted barks, officers from the Cape Horn trade, eight American cadets and eight British, with a sprinkling of Australians and New Zealanders.
In 1936 George Huntington Hartford bought her, added ...
... blessed to have such supportive family, friends, and coworkers. You have all made this journey possible through giving me the knowledge, strength, and belief in myself to follow through. Truly, lost dreams awaken, and new opportunities arise.
Flight on Wednesday. Next time I blog in it will be from India. See you all soon!
We wake up to a beautiful morning ready
to explore Brown Campus where Tamsin has spent the last two years
studying History and Italian.
First stop we headed to the local
favourite student place for breakfast “duck and Bunny”where we
double our cholesterol level with massive stack of pancakes in
prevision of the big tour of the campus.
We were given a guided tour from our
... around and heading back to New Jersey to drop my bike off at the shipping depot on the 29th. Sunday 26th July
Very hot and humid today up in the 90's today. We rode down to Virginia and through to West Virginia our 48th State. It was a good ...
... people who at that time were looking for an alternative to the more religiously constrictive Massachusetts.
Prior to the Revolution, it was one of America's largest cities and important shipping ports on the east coast. Its growth, according to locals, was very much hindered by it remaining a British stronghold for the duration of the Revolution when other cities like Boston grew and benefited because they were in ...