Hyatt Regency Princeton
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... memories of previous visits where everything is in order, people are extremely courteous and the place has a weird conformist type feel where everyone follows the rules and do things in a particular way. ANA managed to serve better food in coach than I got on United in Business Class which was not surprise.
Looking forward to arriving in Saigon and getting some sleep after over 24 hours of being ...
... carrying everything on their backs.
Back on campus, Michael met his room-mate, Franco, from Venezuela. Franco is about the same height as Michael but much heavier. He is on the Princeton rowing team. Remarkably, Franco's father, who we met, is even taller than both boys. I felt like a midget in the room.
... that it was going to be our last one - it was already 6pm. El Torro was great, just like riding a bull, I even lost my ActiveLink on it!
After El Torro, we stopped by Lost and Found one more time to see if the money clip had been returned, and it hadn't. Then we got in the car and went to the hotel.
The hotel was great and really comfortable. We had a quick glass of wine at the hotel bar (it was a strange setup, a little box ...
... sort of my fault so after she pulled a little tantrum I sat her down asked her why she was upset and then apologised. After that we were all happy as butterflies until Bali aunty came home and we had Lunch. Tomorrow we were planning to go to Toronto with Bali Aunty and family. Thaya Uncle is in a band and they were performing in Toronto. So we were literally taking the whole band equipment to the other side of the Canadian Border. This entailed a ...
... of Pennsylvania’s Archeology and Anthropology Museum. As rumor has it, here rests the skull of Alexander Pearce. Okay, you might ask - what is so interesting about this dude? Well... he was an Irish convict for the theft of six pairs of shoes and was transported to a penal colony in Western Tasmania, Australia in the early 1800s. Still... what so special about this dude then? Alexander Pearce was known for his confession to cannibalism during his ...