The Lambertville House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Hall for a few drinks and a couple of games of bocce – it was heaps of fun! We’d watched people play previous times but never had a chance to play. I think we might have to go back!
We’ve got lots of exciting things lined up for the next two weeks. Lulu’s loving all the extra attention and will go on “doggy vacay” again when we go to Long Island on Monday where she get even more attention and get to sleep on Anna’s ...
... fear that we had at Chucky Cheese increased. It was scary for Subash and I, even scarier than the fake border crossing in Thailand, or trekking the hard terrain to ABC in Nepal. Both Subash and I kept on looking at each other and hoping that when we have kids it won’t be like this, but I have a feeling it will be.
It was time for Sruti to cut her cake, she had changed into a lovely pink and black dress and she looked and felt pretty. We all sang happy birthday and she ...