Comfort Suites Exton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was going to be the Arch street friends meeting house but it closed at 4 and by the time I got there it was 4:10. The building itself is not very exciting to look at from the outside. Back at the hotel, I day back and relaxed, shortly after my room mate arrived. The tour group had finally caught up with me. My roommates name is Charlotte, she's 27 from Wales. Very easy roommate to get on with. Dinner was provided tonight, we ...
... had people asking to have photos with him because he looked great with all American colours on and the flag. We told him he should have charged a fee.
After this we made our way to Franklin’s fountain near South street which is an old style ice cream shop. We had sundaes and relaxed in the warm sun, so it was really nice to relax for a bit and the ice cream was amazing! Stephanie and I shared a Mount Vesuvius sundae…it was so good!
Lastly, we ...
... on time, and the climb was a bit bumpy due to storms in the area. I spent the flight typing up the previous two blog posts on my laptop, then watched a couple 30 Rock episodes. Before I knew it, we were on approach to PHL.
We landed, I walked to baggage claim, and my bag was one of the first few onto the belt. I hopped into a cab and rode home. A couple streets were closed off due ...
... meeting (we do them every round to talk about personal goals, etc), Almost couldn’t get him back inside later before the cake burnt down, until she finally told him she was going to puke (and she actually was really bad cold type of sick that day)! The cake frosting did taste like burned wax after that, but he enjoyed his dinosaur birthday gift.
Ready for another week? Where there’s a will, there’s a way, and NCCC Raven 2 is just gettin’ in ...
... to move crews on land and water. We boarded the vehicle at “Duck Central" as they call it just in time to begin the sightseeing tour which served as a great orientation to the historic landmarks of Philly. We cruised by such places as Betsy Ross House (which Aria wanted to go see), Ben Franklin’s place and South Street (which had plenty of tattoo places – so I didn’t think we’d be going there at night). The driver was a funny fellow who served ...