Residence Inn Cranbury South Brunswick
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... will need to either feel out the weight of the gas tank or open it up every once in a while to make sure I have enough. I also need to be very diligent with my iPhones battery. I plan on keeping the phone in airplane more while I am driving and only turning it on when I stop to take pictures. I don't think these bikes come equipped with any type of USB charger. I was contemplating getting a tank bag to maybe put a map in ...
... think I have the beginnings of chilblains on my ears and face and keep using a heavy duty hand cream (I know, sacrilege to use it as face cream but desperate times call for desperate measures) twice a day - apparently being anaemic and having a low immune system (due to my immune-suppressant medication) makes you more susceptible so I will need to be very careful when we go to Niagara.
We got outside Ikea and went to the little bus stop, ...
... not to have any adult beverages was shattered at this point and I willingly accepted the offer of some bad red wine and a bag of pretzels once onboard. In first class the bag of pretzels is bigger!
I think it took me longer to get from the airport to the hotel than it did from CLT to EWR. I waited probably 25 minutes for my bag, then got on the AirTrain in the WRONG DIRECTION, had to get off next stop and turn around, and ...
... departures. The worst thing was about to happen. I had been given a boarding card with no seat. I had to wait to be allocated one. Everyone else had boarded and I was still waiting along with a few other people. I went up to the desk to find out what was going on only to be told that I did not have a seat on the plane and I was missing my flight. How could this happen as the flight was booked 11 months in advance. I was about to ...
... We passed thru the Catskills, south into New Jersey, passing famous upstate locals without stopping. However, I realized a striking similarity in how the freeways were arranged on this part of the country. Instead of 10 feet high soundwalls, both sides of the freeway were enclosed in a wall/canopy of green trees. The wall was consistent and thick. At all times impenetrable visually. Even if we passed thru densely populated areas, as we ...