Holiday Inn Princeton
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First impressions: Air Canada is a pretty good airline. Apart from one stewardess, who got too easily vexed when passengers walked around whilst the seat belt sign was on and spoke in such a patronising way that a 5 year old would have felt offended. At least the volume on the screen worked properly, as last year I hadn't been so lucky all the way to Mexico (via another airline).
My only neighbour to my right was a Canadian chap who had just got himself a job at a ...
... and we enjoyed an afternoon of great coffee, old architecture and some Josie playtime in the green parks.
Rich was grooming her for attending in 20 years time, but no child of mine will ever live away from home! Well maybe only for a semester.
We then cruised by NYC at dusk, which was really pretty sad not to be stopping in, next time!
After a quick sleep over in Hartford, we arrived for a full day in Boston before Rich needed to start work again.
We arrived at the Evaninis last night via a SEPTAs train to West Trenton, and we loved meeting baby I and seeing how much their home and backyard have developed since last we visited. They grilled some delicious steak for us with lots of corn and other veggies and we had a great family dinner. N had a little meltdown after dinner since he had not napped, so we didn't join them on their ice cream outing (N's ...
... obviously being a popular jogging route. We returned the bikes and headed to lunch at Lilis 57 which served Japanese food. I ordered pad Thai which was amazing but a large portion size leaving me full to the brim! We then got the subway to Brooklyn bridge to view the manhattan skyline and take a few pictures. After we finished we headed back over to manhattan to do a bit more shopping. Sarah bought a cute dress and I got some body spray. ...
... next to 2 girls from the Midland (no idea what that means). They were in the US with their gamily visiting New York City. This was their first time to the Big Apple so of course they visited all the most popular sites, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Ground Zero, Central Park. They laughed at my little knowledge of the geography of the UK and in return I laughed when I heard there response to "where is colorado?". And ...