Clarion Hotel Palmer Inn
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We enjoyed a beautiful sunny crisp morning and a relaxing breakfast at the hotel. We met an Aussie couple and chatted in our 'Aussie accent'! A complimentary laundry was gratefully used so 4 loads of washing was done in about 1 1/2 hrs. Downtown Princeton is charming. Beautiful buildings, quaint shops, pretty gardens and of course the stately Princeton University itself. The place was teeming with uni students ...
... a line. Elly decided to opt out of this one, so the three of us went on. After we were in our "seats," the chairs started to pull back, but they stopped at a 45 degree angle, but they were supposed to be at a 90 degree angle - it was another "technical difficulty." After about five minutes, they got it working again, and we were the test ride. It was cool, and it seemed like we were going to either crashed into the ground, or hit one of the poles. ...
... attraction that we just didn't want to be a part of. So we jumped on the New York underground and headed to the top of Grenwich Village and then spent the rest of the afternoon touring Greenwich, Soho (the place to shop) Little Italy (the place to eat), Chinatown (the place to people watch) back down to tthe court area where the buildings are scaled up beyond necessary.
We walked back to the World Trade Centre and caught the PATH back to New Jersey and back ...
... of disappointment. This city in no way reflected the fact that it was the governmental hub of the second most populous state in the union. The outlying squalor was rampant, and the buildings downtown were not that momentous. In fact they were run down and rather in poor repair. We didn't bother stopping or getting out. It wasn't a good idea.
Navneet has begun learning our native Punjabi with her grandma, and used this time to ...
... attractive than I thought. The bits and pieces of reality shows and movies on New Jersey have left unfavorable images of this state on my mind. The city of Princeton is charming and alluring. It's making me want to be a student in the nearby Princeton University.
I am in the middle of an annual commencement exercise. Visiting colleges and universities is becoming my ritual where ever I go - it seems. Few hours here, I am ready to head back to Philly ...