Cornerstone Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... is connecting somewhere else so there is a mad scramble to get off the plane, common courtesies are thrown out the window!
The terminal is so big (at this 'air field'!) that I have to take the subway to another terminal for my connection. Luckily it is delayed by more than an 1 hour as well so I make it. As we taxi out to the runway Mr. Droll Voice's brother announces that due to the backlog of delayed flights, we are number 37 for take off! In ...
Today had a little something for each of us. We got up early and found a parking lot closer to the beach, unloaded our bikes and headed for the boardwalk. We biked several miles passing stores, restaurants, casinos, and walking piers to the beach. Along the way we passed the neatest thing. It was the World Cup sand sculpting site. Sculptors from all over the world had created original designs and each had been judged. The designs were so intricate ...
... Celistino, I believe, but it is sometimes hard to pin down names. Could we find him? Well, yes, because we knew where he was. At Holy Cross Cemetery in Yeadon, Pennsylvania, about 7 or 8 miles south west of downtown Philadelphia. We had a car with us so we could have driven there (by the way, valet parking in Philadelphia was 48 bucks a night - how's them apples?). But we opted for a cab instead. As we walked out of the hotel, a ...