Super 8 Raritan
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... they have them but I opted for the sightseeing ride to the train station. The Americans are like the British and the platform number is only announced when the train is ready to be boarded. You stand around the departure boards on the concourse and wait for the announcement. There are only 2 announcements made for each train - 'boarding' and 'all aboard'. The 2nd one means you'd better run - the train is about to depart. Around ...
... in 1999 in Finland. It is 311 meters long, 48 meters wide with a 8.3 meter draft. There are 15 decks accommodating up to 3114 passengers and 1,180 crew including scientists making use of a built-in atmospheric and oceanographic laboratory. A much bigger ship than what we have been on before. Our cabin is quite good… comfortable bed, TV, shower, toilet etc with a balcony, but we hardly spend any time in our ...
Off to a gun range today to fire a Glok, the standardised firearm for the police force. We ordered 50 bullets to fire. First shot was the weirdest, feeling the immense power of a gun and the kickback was quite something. How easy it was to fire but the damage it could do. The sound in the gun range was so loud that it almost felt as if you were being shot. The funniest thing was the cross in society that were unloading bullets into the range. One lady who was ...
... and the second fastest. We managed to fit in 5 roller coasters. El Toro was the first and probably the most fun, a wooden roller coaster, the fastest one we went on with the most G's put on us. Went on Bizarro next a weed twist on a superman ride, flung us about a lot with 9 loops. Not my favourite. It was after this ride that Kellen felt light headed in need of oxygen for her asthma , we briskly walked her to the First Aid ...
... we decided to go to the Natural History Museum. Despite an admission charge on the door being $88 for the both of us we got away with paying just $2, as they charge a 'suggested donation'. Walked round a bunch of exhibits didn't thing much of them eventually made our way up to the top floor where, for the first time we saw a dinosaur skeleton. Here I managed to check my Aussie bank statement when I found out that I had got my tax rebate ...