Aloft Mount Laurel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Mount Laurel
... take off, bad move. My stomach was in bubbles and every little jerk from the plane had me hoping and praying for it to just be over. But with a little sleep, you can be cured. Still flying high but feeling much better at this point. Landing is just right around the ...
... there. The self-proclaimed "Hub of Philadelphia's Food Scene," Zagat calls it "foodie heaven." There are 80 or more local merchants---almost too many options! John and I finally settled on Pearl's Oyster Bar, a very good choice.
After returning to the hotel we decided to do a bit of exploring on our own. We walked over to the Betsy Ross House and then strolled ...
... shorting himself out of tip, who was I to argue, that wasn't the most pleasant of rides either!
Fortunately the facility where the install was taking place that afternoon was walking distance from the Hilton, that was the reason I had chosen that property. I showed up late for the install as I had some matters to attend to, but I knew the video crew had already done a site inspection and they had said they didn't need my help to load ...
... we all decided to do some sightseeing together the following day. My English friend, jenny (I met her in NYC), was also coming to Philly for the day so there was to be a good crowd! We all started a bit late actually but made our way to the eastern state penitentiary (aka prison in Philadelphia). The bus ride out of the main town was fun with locals bantering with the friendliest bus driver I have ever encountered. She seemed to know everyone on the route and managed to put a ...
... through American Street which is a narrow cobbled street and like the rest of the area each house has pumpkins on its steps; there are no tacky Halloween props here and it's like stepping back in time. Unfortunately, the museums and tourist attractions were closed today as it is Veteran's Day here. Unlike England this is a National holiday but the people in the hostel inform me that it is a strange holiday as not all businesses ...