Aloft Mount Laurel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I began to say my final goodbyes to my friends who were still in Villa. crying as I hugged Faviola, who hugs me tighter than anyone ever has before. I was about to get on the bus when I realized Ariel had not come out to see us off. I quickly asked one of the boys to send him out, and as he wrapped his arms around me and I kissed his head, I realized that he would be my final goodbye. Ariel refused to let go, and knew that I wasn't the only one having a hard time saying ...
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... by, I am not going to be doing much of it!
After having a bite to eat, (feels like we are always eating), we decided it was time to brave the medical system here and get Elijah's ear checked out. He had a mild infection when we came, but because of general travelling confusion, we didn't get his medication refrigerated in the aeroplane, and then weren't sure if it would be okay, so disposed of it. We were given directions to a 'walk ...
... for the most part. In the middle of the main floor are two sweeping staircases that lead you down onto a sunken level, so you're essentially in a basement filled with skulls, brains and foetuses. It sounds awful, but if you're interested in that sort of history, it was awesome. They also have one wall dedicated to a special exhibit that they change, and luckily right now they're focusing on Grimm's fairy tales. This was fantastic, as I adore these fairy tales; ...