Homewood Suites Princeton
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... sat and ate breakfast. The waitress was particularly sweet and kind. Surprising for an airport restaurant and very welcome. The security process was surprisingly efficient and quick. I haven't flown internationally in quite some time and I was shocked at how easy it was. After checking my passport and ticket they just had me tap an iPad screen with my finger and viola! I was ...
... corner. The first evaluation of men’s nemesis, the shopping center territory, got them to the information desk. They were seeking the holy grail in form of a coupon booklet. After few attempts they were still denied with the words: “Guys you’re killing me, you give me absolutely nothing!”. Magical ponies brought a isic-student-card that rescued them from this situation. Afterwards they started to plan the route decisively, matching up the interest and the ...
After a week, during which Michael spent six days hiking in the Shenandoah mountains in Virginia, we went back to Princeton to bring him more of his stuff and see how he was doing.
Michael survived the camping trip and was happy he did it, but wasn't too keen on doing it again. They covered 28 miles over ...
We left home for our UK adventure at 12:30 p.m. and arrived at the airport In Newark, New Jersey at 2:30. That's about a half hour faster than we expected, so I am glad I wasn't in the front seat where I could see how fast we were going! At any rate, the drive there was uneventful. A big "thank you" to our son-in-law, Bill serving as our chauffeur.
Next it was the long wait until our flight left. We bought a sandwich and bottle of juice to share and hold us over until we ...
... to get us up to 126mph to climb the 457ft tower - it basically went by in four frames - wow, we're going fast, wow, we're climbing, holy ****, we're going down, oh, we're back. We were wobbly after that.
Then it was off to Rolling Thunder, a wooden roller coaster since El Torro wasn't running, however, when we were in line for Rolling Thunder, we saw that El Torro was running, so we went over there. Unfortunately, it was another line, and ...