Chestnut Hill Hotel
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... first campsite, cherry hill. It was full of lots of cool RV's! We got to our area and we had our own campfire and wooden hut where we could group together and eat. we unloaded and set up camp and then made our way down the the pool! We were all very hot and sweaty so the pool was amazing! Nik cooked dinner for us tonight and we all sat and chatted. I think we have a really nice group and we're getting on very well.
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WE DID: - used Uber for the first time to get to the middle-of-nowhere to catch our Megabus - bus to Philadelphia - navigated the token system on the public transport to get to our accommodation - ventured out to the independence area for lunch - visited the National Constitution Centre to learn how ...
... of her first who came to inform her of his death. The remains of Betsy and her third husband were moved at some point to the garden / courtyard at the side of the house, where there is also a cute little fountain with sculptures of cats on it, and the names of the original States around the outside. I’m not sure what the significance of the cats is, but I don’t think it really matters considering the rest of the story might be just that :P ...
... at the office. Now what do they need at the cemetery to help you find your dearly departed? Well, the date of death would be helpful. And who left the date of death on his computer in the hotel? You bet. So what to do became the question. Jim was ready to head back to the hotel, but Sandy saved the day. She said no. We first tried to find Ancestry.com on her cell phone (that's where the date was) but the site just wouldn't load. So, perhaps ...
... we received our passports we said goodbye and wished each other well. It was done! I headed outside and called my brother, we had planned to have lunch. He came down from work and picked me up outside the Customs House. We talked and he asked what times my trains were. I had a 1:35 or 3:45 option but would not make the 1:35 with lunch. He offered to just drop me at the 30th Street Station so I could get home earlier. I took the offer and headed ...