Comfort Inn & Suites Carney's Point
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Travel Blogs from Carney's Point
We arrive to a home cooked breakfast............. what more could we ask for! After a day touring around Philadelphia running up the rocky steps and celebrating in the garden we knew the 11 hour over night bus journey was worth every second. Like they say, old friends die hard. Its been fantastic to catch up and meet the amazing Fiona - the cutest 4 year old in the world- who enjoyed practicing her British accent. We only wish we could have stayed for longer. ...
Okay, so this blog is going to start sounding like an online advertisement for the Four Seasons Campground in Pilesgrove, NJ and you know what? They deserve every last bit of advertisement we can possibly do for them. These folks are stand-up, fantastic, above and beyond kind of people and I want everyone to frequent their campground.
John and I left their campground early afternoon yesterday (quite sadly because we didn't want to leave) to venture forth ...
Saturday was a crazy day. We packed. We made a rock shrine. We ate Chinese. Played a life size game of Tetris with our stuff in my car and my moms. Thanks to Andy. Paul. Tishna. Emily and my momma for helping us out. Sad to leave such wonderful people so willing to help us and see us off. It doesn't feel real yet that we left. And aren't going ...
... to heathrow and septa train from the airport (give him credit he didn't complain too much!) We were in our hotel 90 minutes after landing which is really quick compared to NYC in December when we spent about 2 hours just trying to get through immigration! After a quick McD's dinner we lasted until about 9pm when we fell asleep in front of the ...
... 4:30. When I get out, the sun is shining and it's much warmer. I stroll down Market Street first and then wander onto Broad St. Enter some kind of Flower/ Florist fair. Not too much going on except flowers being sold. Walk back to Broad St. Very nice and prosperous area. Much shopping and other retail, nice restaurants and cafes. I head further down Broad St and enter an area that I would say seems to be a center of "culture:" theaters, Philadelphia College ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center