Trumbull Marriott Merritt Parkway
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Right across the Marriott, is a huge mall which extends at length crossing 2 streets. I like this mall for it has a nice relaxing area, like a flight of steps, in the centre where i always see a good crowd. I have not yet relaxed there yet - may be some day. Another area that attracts me to this mall is the food court - which has very good options for vegetarians too. Even though I have been to this mall a couple of times, today was the first day I purchased a few things, from ...
Thought we would test out TravelPod to see if it would be a good blogsite for my upcoming trip south. On the way out my flight was redirected to land in Hartford due to the snow in CT. Jace drove from white plains to bradley to pick me up. We just bought some snowball ...
... went out to Centerport to view a flat (actually, we had planned to take the GTI). It was super nice, with a pool table in the basement. We asked if the pool table was staying, but Phil (our favorite real estate agent) had no idea, and didn't ask for us either, damn! Anyway, the flat was a little far away for some parties and so was stricken from the roster.
Phil then took us out to another flat near Huntington. This one had a tower and a mezzanine ...
... where Watson and Crick went to announce the discovery (and probably get hammered).
On Saturday night there was a cocktail party, not knowing what to drink with 6 Nobel Laureates in the room I decided a gin and juice would suit the occasion...really pushing the boundaries of mixology there. The real conference attendees went to the banquet that evening, leaving the CSHL employees/students to make their own fun. A group of us decided to go into ...
... with memories that will last a lifetime. In addition to the memories, our camera recorded an astounding 3000 clicks. We have a tradition of picking the best picture from the each big trip and having it blown up and printed on canvas to hang in our home. This years winner was the sunset picture from our first night in Rock Mountain National Park.
The Goldsmith Family