Howard Johnson Princeton/Lawrenceville
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Travel Blogs from Lawrenceville
... on life is always fun! We played a very very fun game that night...What's yours like...
Over the month we were home, we got to see many aunts, uncles, cousins, even my grandfather, who just turned 90, and friends! At times I felt like had never left, but at other points during our trip I felt like a complete stranger.
I found myself being very defensive of Taiwan and Taiwanese people. This was very strange to me. I realized that I have ...
... have to go down to the DMV."
I was aghast. I mean, seriously? I was tempted to go all Jersey on his ass, but refrained. It wasn't his fault that the law says you can't step on a treadmill without first proving you aren't a foreign terrorist.
So I went to the DMV to try to get a state-issued proof of residency. Passport in tow, social security card, and credit cards, believing this would all be enough to meet their requirements. ...
... plate in my entire life! The roll was toasted and drenched in butter, and then served with homemade coleslaw, and we split onion rings, the basket of onion rings was huge, like a meal of it's own!
So then we headed into town because we couldn't afford desert. Just kidding... it wasn't THAT pricey, we just wanted alcohol instead. So we headed into Gosman's Dock and looked around, found a rooftop bar and had a drink! Pint of Stella.... yeah i'm ...
... own Westward expansion and the itinerary looks something like below up to early October.
The objective was to know where I was going to be during the high tourist season (Summer). After October there are a number of National Parks in California. We plan to Trick or Treat in maybe San Francisco and San Jose. We'll then work our way to Disneyland for Kristi's birthday and we have Thanksgiving reservations ...
... out Wall Street, The Stock Exchange and then went to take our allocated time slot to see the Ground Zero Memorial, however we queued for about 10 mintues but both agreed we didn't want to go in. After milling round the area for 2 hours waiting our alloted time to see the memorial it may seem odd that we just left but we both felt really odd queing to see what feels like a tourist attraction. I can't explain very well but it just felt weird like some sort of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center