Comfort Suites Exton
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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 ...
... 8217;s for a few hours and found some nice tops to add to my collection. I also went to Designer Shoe Warehouse and found some really nice wedge open toed dressy style shoes with a buckle on the front. They were really nice and comfortable. I got more lip glosses from Victoria’s Secret and make up from Sephora. So all in all it was a very productive day!
Activities we had this week were Casino night, so that was fun. I was the banker so ...
... would have been 10 years ago.
The Figgs come on and do a short sharp set. Very entertaining.
Then the main show starts. There is an immediate buzz, GP can sense it and notes it after the opening three songs. Halfway through people start standing up and grooving in the seated section, no-one tells them to sit down. So when in Rome...
Everyone is up and moving, except the spouse of the bloke in front of me. He 55+ and is going bananas under the nose of ...
... to Front Street again, past some kind of park dedicated to Korean War Veterans. It was vacant, except for one couple looking at the carvings dedicated to fallen soldiers. I went to Front and Market to catch a bus going to a bar/ restaurant that Isabelle had recommended in some other part of town. I had no idea where. I asked at the bus station which bus to take and some employee remarked and pointed, "that one." OK. I boarded.
"How much?" I asked ...