Travelodge Gloucester City
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... were photos taken, laughs enjoyed, farewell hugs shared and deserved applause for Mary and Clark. It was a lovely time and John and I were wishing it had not been saved only for the end. For us it was a highlight and a lovely memory of the tour.
Later we had dinner with friends at a nearby Denny's. There we made plans for going home the next day. We were looking forward to getting there!
... to meet our hosts, Peter, Steve, Mike, Bob, Ed and Jim. Absolutely fantastic golf course and although not long it was brutal, anything off line was penalised, drives, iron shots and putts all punished. Some really good history here and the members are proud of it. They only have 110 Acres similar to Pymble and today we had 44 acres of fairways groomed, during the US Open they only had 22 acres of fairways. Caps lock WOW. Win by the GBU's thanks to a ...
... or necks hanging over the backs of their chairs. Over half of them fell asleep. :/ not much we could do except laugh... We then had an hour to walk around and learn about the history of our constitution through interactive games and awesome displays. I have learned more about our country’s history on this trip than I ever had before. Most of the kids finished wandering in about 30 minutes, but Nicky, Kaydee, Winter and I could have stayed for hours.
... It was abandoned and was scheduled for demolition before it was saved. It is now a park with trees and plants and a path for people to walk on. It gets so dense in some areas that you can hardly tell that you are in Manhattan. After this we headed back to our hotel to do some laundry and pack for our trip to Philadelphia.
We got up Saturday morning and walked over to the car rental to get our car. It took ...
... were from, and were subsequently ridiculed.
3. The town of Reading in Philadelphia is a **** hole full of Hispanics and criminal activity. Direct quote from Tom, of Christ Church.
On the plus side, Becky got to ring a 250 year old bell, and we got to wear our macs as it rained all day.
We'll be sure to update you with another enthralling episode soon...yo, smell ya later.
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