Homewood Suites Princeton
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... was burst at seams mid-flight (well probably not mid-flight) but with a big hole that we had to tape shut. There was just enough time for us to grab some hamburgers and a much needed coffee. Then it was on to the plane again to fly back to SF. This flight is a bit hazy. We weren't quite sure if we should be sleeping or awake. We also wondered if we should eat again. That day we ended up eating some yogurts, a breakfast, lunch one, ...
Opposite Saks is The Rockefeller Centre where the huge xmas tree is and the ice skating rink that I took photos of a week ago in the daylight. Now, this is where the magic begins, it was about 8:30pm, pitch black except for street lighting, literally thousands of people around taking photos of the tree and all the wonderful lights around the Centre and my camera did the usual "its too dark, I don't want to take any shots here, take me ...
... always. But I managed to get some sleep and watched 3 movies and a nature program about Africa. Arriving in New York about 2 hours later than planned, which means I only had 3 hours between flights, which also means I have to wait to visit NYC until I get here in January. At this moment I'm sitting at the airport waiting for my connecting flight to Panama City, which seems to be on time. Don't wanna get down there too ...
Based on the positive feedback from Patti and Mark, here is our next installment of summer pictures.
Saturday August 31 was move-in day at Princeton for freshmen participating in the Outdoor Adventure (six days of hiking and camping in the wilderness). It was also move-in day for Jessica at Columbia, but she came with us to Princeton to see Michael off and she moved in on Sunday September 1st.
All undergrads at Princeton are assigned ...
... we may never know. Its Saturday so roads are yet quiet. Mainly taxis and food deliveries. We pass through the Lincoln Tunnel and off on our first turnpike. 30 minutes later we are standing confused at check in. Another Samaritan helps us through it and we pay $50 for luggage, which we hope we will see in Lexington! Security is rigorous. Belts and shoes off with subsequent loss of ...