Howard Johnson Princeton/Lawrenceville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Campus around 6:00 p.m. for a two hour instructional-interactive lecture.
After brief introductions, Dr. Eder presented a slide deck to educate us on the realities of today's business environment, where no two countries are out of bounds from developing business relations with each other. Trade between countries is more common in today’s world than it was ever before. As such, understanding other cultures, ...
... all expected from me. We also had the opportunity to
buy more handmade jewelry from the ladies in Villa, as well as coffee, t-shirts,
and miscellaneous other stuff I probably didn’t need to buy. The beach was
nice, although not the best beach weather. Which was good for me, or I would
have probably gotten sunburned, as I do every time I go. That sun is a hell of
a lot stronger down there! Julia and I wandered around the little tables for a
... boys in the Children's Homes, and envelopes of pictures from my past 3 trips to Honduras to distribute to all friends in and around Villa Soleada. I am so excited to spend the upcoming week in Villa, visiting my "home away from home", and working with other volunteers to build schools. There is nothing quite as rewarding as volunteering time to help others, and I look forward to sharing my journey with all of you! Less than 48 ...
... drums, speakers, keyboard, and mics, on top of the family luggage and our luggage. It was going to be fun packing up that car.
In the evening the other band members came over for last minutes talks and dinner. They were a cool bunch of people. We had a good time talking over Sri Lankan food. Subash for the first time tried curried crab meat which is logistically very hard to eat due to the shell, but he figured it out and it was a success. ...
... I stumbled around looking for some sort of creme. I didn't even see powder. The clerk mentioned that there was some milk in the fridge. Sure enough. I made the coffee white, sweet and thanked them. When I returned to the pump, it had shut off before filling the tank. We hung up the nozzle, dumped the coffee in the trash and pulled back onto the freeway. Susan and I looked at each other, shivered, and continued down the road. We have a ...