Princeton was an interesting experience. We went to visit the campus, looked at the library and the chapel and really weren’t too impressed. I think what helped was the lady in the room marked “information” who did everything in her power to not talk to us or acknowledge that we had entered the building… Despite that, it is a beautiful campus, the town itself is WAY too expensive to live in, but the surrounding area is – I’m not sure how to explain it, but we just got the feeling that we would not want to live there. We didn’t spend too long at the seminary and decided to high-tail it back to New Haven to have a better look around. When we had visited the Christian school in New Haven (on the first trip), the secretary had mentioned that North Haven had the best schools in the area (although a bit more expensive place to live if you were ever to buy a house). First item on the list of things to do once back in Connecticut was go to the beach, then visit North Haven…

 

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