Princeton Marriott At Forrestal
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At Trader Joes supermarket we attracted a lot of attention with our accents (Annette also has a British accent from living in the Uk, although she is originally from Germany). One lady told us she has British roots and a few people listened in to our conversations and smiled. The cashier was a nice chap and a little eccentric too; he was curious as to how we prepare Brussel our sprouts of all things. Another ...
... on a plane, "Sir, you have been upgraded." The flight to Tokyo Narita was as a result much more comfortable than I had anticipated. At Tokyo we had a four hour layover which was passed by drinking some of the local brew called Asahi, which is a pretty nice beer, and snacking on some local delicacies such as Gyozas. Dumplings and Japanese Curry.
We got on the plane on time but were then held up ...
... was burst at seams mid-flight (well probably not mid-flight) but with a big hole that we had to tape shut. There was just enough time for us to grab some hamburgers and a much needed coffee. Then it was on to the plane again to fly back to SF. This flight is a bit hazy. We weren't quite sure if we should be sleeping or awake. We also wondered if we should eat again. That day we ended up eating some yogurts, a breakfast, lunch one, ...
Opposite Saks is The Rockefeller Centre where the huge xmas tree is and the ice skating rink that I took photos of a week ago in the daylight. Now, this is where the magic begins, it was about 8:30pm, pitch black except for street lighting, literally thousands of people around taking photos of the tree and all the wonderful lights around the Centre and my camera did the usual "its too dark, I don't want to take any shots here, take me ...
... always. But I managed to get some sleep and watched 3 movies and a nature program about Africa. Arriving in New York about 2 hours later than planned, which means I only had 3 hours between flights, which also means I have to wait to visit NYC until I get here in January. At this moment I'm sitting at the airport waiting for my connecting flight to Panama City, which seems to be on time. Don't wanna get down there too ...