Princeton Marriott At Forrestal
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Dear Family and Friends,
For our first blog entry post, we would both like to take a moment to reflect (as succinctly as is possible for each of us) the major reasons we are embarking on a trip to a geographic center of religious conflict.
For me, this is an opportunity of a lifetime - not only do I get to go to the site of many Bible stories I was raised on, but I get to do it with my dad! I will probably be ...
... revealed the existence of a Double-tree Hotel (double-tree-o-ten... get it?)
After two and a half hours at the Newark Airport they finally managed to get a car. Finally the fun began and they headed to the agreed meting point where they were supposed to pick up Peter. On this trip every second sentence included the words Scheiße, Kacke, die Kacke ist am dampfen, abstuhlen, Obama ins Weisse Haus wählen, and so on. The cherry on the top was when they saw a huge truck ...
... I've cream places. I have been very fortunate to have had such great hosts like Tracy and Joan on my trip so far, the hospitality I have been shown has been more than I could have ever hoped for. I'm looking forward to being able to host other people in the future. Waking up early to head to Philly tomorrow. A little over 80 miles put away today. It wasn't one of my easier days, but it was filled with kind people, which made it much ...
... or the PC do gooders getting on their crucifixes. After tea at an American diner we headed to the west side freeway to watch the fire works over the Hudson. These were spectacular to say the least - a pyrotechnic cacophony of light, colour and sound, there were hundreds of thousands of people in the crowd watching and thousands of cops and troops looking after ...
This was an extra long drive day, short by RV standards, but longest of this trip. In all the trip from Burlington to Princeton New Jersey was 333 miles. The marathon was planned by default due to us staying in Vermont and extra day.
We awoke early, by Khaira standards, and were packed and out the door by 9 am. Our obligatory stop at a local Starbucks (Meera is beginning to grumble about this routine) and we were off. We grabbed ...