Super 8 Hartford / Windsor
Travel Blogs from Hartford
Today we start our nineteen day odyssey across the country of New England. I have been to England before, but this "New" England may be different. I had to teleconference into Penn State listen in on two interviews for a new professor in our department before I picked up Kim. I finished packing the Ford Escape and picked Kim up at noon from her …
... thrilled about the situation.
My grandmother, Valerie, has been battling dementia and Alzheimer's for a few years now. When I saw her in March in her assisted living facility, she thought I was her father, Charles. I am, in a sense, named after him (my middle name, at least), so she was in the right ballpark. Today we woke her up, convinced her to let us raise the squeaky bed and sat around her as we ...
... s over. Done. I swallowed those emotions as I drove out of town early this morning. No time for lamenting, for in just a day and a half I fly out of New York City for Florence, Italy, where the next part of my life begins. I prefer to call it the "next book of my life," rather than the "next chapter." I don't know. Seems more legitimate.
Today we bid adieu to Providence and travel on a 1.5hr bus ride to Connecticut. We visit UConn and Yale and then head to NY for dinner. Another full day with lots of schools, new topography and sites to take in. Here we go.... U Conn: modern, large buildings, lots of offerings and diversity. Large campus, amazing athletics and top public business program in ...
There's a saying that I have always jokingly said that is, "If you don't say it then it's not real." I'm pretty sure that I have told over seventy people that I am leaving the country but, I've yet to tell myself. It's not that I'm nervous or anxious about my trip however, I'm the type of person ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking