Residence Inn Princeton-South Brunswick
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This won't be the most interesting post, so I'll keep it short. Currently staring at my ginormous plane. Really, it's big. 16 hours. ****. I'm definitely scared, a lot, and very sad to have left my family. But as predicted I've become a tad more confident. And I'm really tired, so hopefully I'll sleep. I've got my zzzquill just in case. Hopefully everything will work out fine and I'll land in Chiang Rai in a day or so. I feel very independent right now. ...
... up to banana smoothie, plate of fruit, yoghurt, coffee and world's most disgusting croissants .... not sure why I keep eating these, they are never good in airports nor in flight. Prep for landing now - due at gate on time despite late departure. Landed at 6:40 apparently we will be bused to the terminal. Plan is to shower at arrivals loynge and take a car to Gatwick for flight to ...
... in doing and head there. Now we walk into this hotel which now looks like Newarks version of the Burj al Arab compared to the place next door. They have a spare room, its gonna cost $189 plus tax, almost before the woman could finish her sentence matty already has his card out ready to pay. Now this just proves how bad the last place was, matty would of still stayed at the crowne plaza if it was to be $500 a night he said. Get up into the room and matty ...
... from the NY slave period. After protests they built a monument to the burial ground. That was nice to see and read about.
Then we headed up a bit to search for an art installation called the Earth Room. A 1977 art exhibition filled with 250,000 pound of dirt combined with with the framework of an office.
Though after the walk it turns out its only open in the winter. So fail on that freebie.
Hungry now Mim was all over the Harry met Sally ...
... later we were free to relax for the rest of the day. We get the tube over to Central Park where we two bikes for an hour for $10 each which didn't seem too unreasonable. We cycled around the entire park stopping plenty of times to take pictures and enjoy the views. The weather was absolutely glorious making the bike ride even more pleasant. There were so many runners in the park it seemed like there was an organised run taking place, ...