Hillsborough Days Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Fahrenheit scale. The other guy was a fellow American studying at LSU and studying abroad as well in Northern Ireland.
On the plane I decided to watch Monsters University to try and fall asleep and was surprised with a hot dinner of BBQ chicken and rice. Surprisingly I was able to find a very comfy position and curl up and sleep for almost the rest of the plane ride. Time in Dublin upon arrival: 6:30, or 1:30 for you back in ...
Today was the day I started my 2nd annual foreign trip for Thanksgiving, gotta come up with a catchy nickname for it. After last year's expedition to Istanbul, I decided months ago that it would be smart to go to London, since Meghan would be studying abroad there and Mom and Dad could come visit as well. Didn't happen that way. Meghan ended up going to India for a wedding of a co-worker she ...
... are protests there everyday. But it was very peaceful and guarded by plenty of police. Looking across the roof of the White House and there were plenty of snipers ready to take you out if you stepped too far out of place! The sight of this magnificent building was quite lost on the kids who were too busy chasing squirrels again. Dinner was at the hotel - and pretty good too! Had buffalo wings with blue cheese dip - ...
... also went up to the top of the World Trade Center.
Around 2:30 PM, we headed back to New Jersey, picked up the bags and headed to our plane to Seattle.
In retrospect, we found New York folks to be friendly, supportive, open and fun. Thanks to Sam, and to all of the people who helped steer a NW native around this Wonderful City. Thanks also to those who helped to introduce us to beautiful Montreal and picturesque ...
... and straight away asked the woman how her day is going, she replied and asked back before making a joke about something. When we reached Newark airport, New Jersey the driver got out pulled my suitcase out and shook my hand as I gave him the $30 tax fare plus $5 tip as he wished me a good day. At home I have often heard that Americans are arrogant, cocky, ignorant and stuck up, especially the New Yorkers. But I can confirm that this has not been the ...