Residence Inn Milford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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My friend and I are in the production stage of a documentary we are independently producing: "The Life in Their War". It follows the survival story of an American reporter, a French civilian, and a Jewish-American soldier during WWII, how they lived their lives (or had to as a side effect of the war)..
Our soldier and our civilian interview went pretty much as expected. We received stories of horror and suffering and survival. Our interview with ...
... live around my hometown and have the same college mentality. They still go to bars on weekends and most are single, so the same lifestyle as me. It really does feel like I’ve opened up a time capsule and nothing has changed. That is a good and bad thing though. Nothing wrong with this lifestyle but I want to continue to learn and be adventurous. I’ll have to find a nice medium ...
... down more often than well maintained older ones that has had all the bugs worked out. I took his advice and decided to spend the off season working out the remaining bugs. I installed a new starter, fixed a couple of hydraulic problems, rehabed the cooling system and top it all off with a good wash and wax. On top of that we made a couple of other big decisions. First was that we were going to be nicer ...
... me so he does have a habit of distracting me by making me rub his tubs.
The weekend was pretty chilled compared to other weekends. I went to a brunch party (not really a party, but a gathering of people where brunch was served) on Saturday - croissants, bagels, cream cheese, almond-thing, pancakes and cheese cake, all delicious.
The afternoon was spent playing various games, including pictionary, that game where you stick ...
... McCoys. The Peter Pan bus service from NYC to Providence proved one counter-example to the service in the US. The bus driver was exceptionally friendly and helpful. In Marion we relaxed, watched football and ate apple pie, among other delicious meals. It was a great end to the journey, and we headed back to Japan feeling rested and ready to take on the next 10 weeks of teaching.
Happy New Year to all, and many well wishes for 2012. :)