Comfort Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Not sure if I slept or passed out... But I had air conditioning!!!! Put it on freezing cold and crawled under the covers.... Forgot the sun comes up at 4:30... Oh well, coffee, shower, breakfast and caught the shuttle to the airport. I had to go thru US customs in Dublin, I guess that's good, off my list of to do today. Of course had to dump out my snacks. I do need to check my brain for booking this ...
... city of “Brotherly Love”, explained that Philly was a perfect place to come in America where all different religions and types of people were welcomed and accepted. Next we visited the oldest church in America. When it was first built, we know that adults could stick up their hand and touch the ceiling. We have that information from an old slave’s account. It was then rebuilt to the beautiful church that stands today (317 years old). When it was built it ...
... She took the keys and told us she would give them to her manager and he would take care of it. We asked if she would write down something and sign it, but she refused. Hopefully the keys will meet up with the car someday. Today, we dropped the car off at the Amtrak Terminal. There was no one outside, just a sign saying to leave the car in a parking spot, write down the spot, the mileage and the fuel reading and ...
... to the hotel make it worth the effort. The slight hiccup is that Owen has a massive nosebleed on the way back. I only have one tissue which soon gets soaked. One of the things I have noticed about Americans which has surprised me is how pleasant they all are. Today is no exception. A woman stops and offers me a pack of tissues. Then a man stops and hands over a bottle of water. Owen is soon sorted out and I marvel at ...
... had seemed so relevant to me, especially during the last election. Is that why our campaigns are so biased and off-track? Instead of focusing on the issues, we feel the need to get to know the nominees as people; who they are in their private lives. Why is it so important for me to like the president as a person instead of liking him because of what he does for the ...