- Shuttle bus service
- Smoking rooms available
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... on Me and did a variation of a flash mob. Media was there and it was on tv. Wish I could share the link but can't with my phone. Will try and do it when I get back. Lots of shopping and eating on the boardwalk. Next we were back to campus for quick showers. After feeling refreshed and starting to pack up we headed of to the gym for closing worship. What an inspiration! !! Absolutely incredible! We ...
... it Staten Island again? It so happens that we were picking up a couple from a hotel at Newark Airport. The bus driver seemed to get lost so at least we saw a bit of the airport as we drove around. Anyway we headed back towards New Jersey and landed at the Jersey City Assembly Hall (Stanley Theatre). Yaaay!! By this time it was about 8.15.
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... would come out under budget. However, by setting aside what we thought would be more than enough money, we would not need to "stress" about funds. In addition to the trip budget, we allowed for one year post-trip without income. This again would afford us ...
Finally done it, the greatest of all my childhood fantasies, watch big oily men in tight little pants grapple each other! WrestleMania!! I gave up on my other youthful dream of seeing Leeds United win the FA Cup around the time I still believed that the WWE wasn't choreographed. Though before I ramble on with nerdy tales of how overjoyed I was to finally see The Undertaker plant a tombstone piledriver live in the flesh, I will first touch upon our stay in Montreal, ...
... I fell asleep. When I woke up I did a lot of research and I found out that Woodrow Wilson died from having a stroke on February 3, 1924.
After doing all this traveling I decided that I missed my own home back in Indiana. So after that night I packed up fell asleep and decided to go back home. On the trip going back home I always ask myself “was this ...