Dolce Basking Ridge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... you who don't know the details already... I am traveling to Morocco with a small group of other students from my University; there's 11 of us going plus two faculty members. I am so thrilled. We have become such a close group and I feel so happy to be going on this journey with this group of wonderful people. While we are there, we will be teaching English at an all boys school, while also working at an orphanage in Meknes. Afterwards, we will be spending ...
... faster than I thought it would. The bus ride was relatively painless once we figured out where we were going. We got our first glimpse in the city as we walked about ten blocks from Port Authority where the bus dropped us off to Penn Station. We then took the LIRR to Scott's house and didn't arrive there until around 1 in the morning! We spent some time getting settled in the house and I had to check out Scott's impressive Disney pin collection. We didn't end up getting to bed until ...
Oh dear, it was a bad transportation day in NYC. My original plan fo do the highline was squashed as it was impossible to get across town (as opposed to up and down town) due to roadworks and the veterans day parade.
I started late as I had some work to do (plus my obligatory not get out of bed till around 10am!!)
Being a completely flexible traveller armed with lonely planet New York guide I decided instead to ...
When we finally reached JFK after 3 hours we quickly found our other friends Tara, Kerry, Elisa, and Vicky who were also going to Spain with us. Of course when I went in to check in my suitcases they were 8 lbs overweight...I could hear my mom in my head saying, "I told you so" but I quickly shook it off and knew I was going to make a scene but I didn't give a hoot because there was no way I was going to pay $100 extra already on top of the $60 I had to ...
... 8220;animals” that go across the stage in every direction. The costuming to make one believe there were elephants, rhinos, gazelles, etc. was amazing. Exhaustion began to set in toward the end of the performance because of the packed day. Even still, I enjoyed every bit of the play.
After the performance, we exited the theater and “merged” into the mass of humanity that was now in Times Square. There were so ...