Howard Johnson Princeton/Lawrenceville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Friday, February 27, 2015
This Friday evening class, the one I reluctantly rushed to after a full day at work, was so unique and exciting compared to any of its predecessors. It was our first official meeting with Dr. Lauren Eder, our instructor for the international seminar course, with whom we will travel to Vietnam and China as part of our overseas business travel experience at the end of May. The class assembled at ...
Back in the US! And what a long couple of days too… I guess
I should back up a couple of days and fill ya all in.
Friday was beach day, which everyone looks forward to. I
wanted to work another day but that wasn’t an option ;) Since this was a winter
trip and we had so many people, our closing ceremony was at the Cultural Center,
where we went for dance lessons my first summer in Honduras. Little emotional,
as I’m sure you ...
As Christmas Day is nearing an end, I am just finishing packing all of the soccer cleats, balls, jerseys shin guards, socks, etc. thoughtfully donated by friends and colleagues at LIS and LHS. One full suitcase of soccer gear weighing in just over 50lbs (need to take a few things out), and a smaller carry-on filled with gifts for friends in Villa Soleada. I have a folder of Xmas cards made by my students in period 7 to deliver to the ...
... someone and them directing us downstairs. The lady at the ticket counter said that if we ran really fast that we could catch the 10pm bus, the next bus was at 11pm. It was currently 9:58. For some reason (I blame tiredness) I thought we could actually catch the 10pm bus. So I was yelling at sick Subash to hurry up, who was carrying 2 big backpack and his day pack. While I ran around like a headless chicken all over Port Authority trying to find our platform, Subash was on his ...
... of the other international girls and we went to Walmart to stock up on supplies. I LOVE WALMART! Everything is so damn cheap. I spent like $200 and I could have spent a lot more but I ran out of my room in my trolley!
Anyway, on Monday all of the domestic American students moved back into their rooms. I am living in what is called The ‘I-House’. The I-House is made up of the current International Exchange students and American students who apply to live here with ...