Hyatt Regency Princeton
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and we drove to Lambertville, which is still in New Jersey. Dad, Annette and I walked around and took in some of the impressive architecture, a small waterfall, and then had lunch at a Lebanese place where the waitress was rushed off her feet. She told us that she was doing a 12 hour shift from11am-11pm. We had baba ganush, hummous, taboule, dolmattis, falafel and other delights with plenty of pitta bread. I noticed that people ...
Once at Toronto where you transfer to US flights you had better leave your pride at the door. Prepare to feel small and silly. First, there is a ridiculous system whereby, in my case, I had to scan my boarding pass only to have to wait for my name to come up on a board before I can proceed, and apparently this had something to do with my bag, which had already been checked in and sent on to Newark from Amsterdam; go figure?! Next, if you get all your belongings ...
... on non-western
art with the entire lower floor dedicated to classical antiquity and Asia and
the Americas. The museum also has a more significant number of European
paintings than most small art museums in the U.S. have, actually quite a bit
more European than American art on show.
I don’t get to Princeton very often even though it’s only
about 15 miles from my parents’ house in the retirement community. The
restaurant selection nearer by seems ...
... little boats for Cape Cod as well as a memory card game. G got legos and a Where's Waldo book while S got a tiara and a puzzle. Then we headed to a pub for the requisite hot dog & french fries before going to the university. Our destination there was the Cotsen Children's Library, which was spectacular! They had exhibits of classic toys as well as lots of books to peruse in comfy spaces such as a big "tree" with ...
... to ask if I could fill my empty bottles. We started talking about my trip a little bit and she told me that her husband had done a few trips himself. I thanked her for letting me fill up my water and started pedaling down the street. After a few seconds I heard, "COME BAAACK!" I turned around and went back to chat some more with Thea's husband Kerry. We talked for a few minutes more about my trip and his previous trips and I set ...