Courtyard by Marriott Mt. Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... Philly, Boston, DFW... I do get to stretch my legs. On the other side ... My plane just got cancelled... Heading to a bar...liquid refreshments here I come. Still in the land of liquid refreshments ... Ate a Philly Cheese Steak... Waiting at gate... Afraid to say anything- flights haven't gone real well lately. I'm on the plane.... Just waiting for weather to clear a ...
... tallest building in America for 50 years! Could you imagine going to church in the same building that holds the record for being the tallest in America?
We also visited Betty Ross’ house and the oldest post office in America. To get to Ben Franklin’s house we passed through a very tiny alley with very cool old homes. It was called Elfreth’s Alley. The oldest homes date back to the 1720’s. Even though ...
... to the rental offices. We complied with that, found the offices and completed the paperwork. We decided to walk back to our hotel, since it was only a mile or so. After we got back to our room I emptied my pockets and lo and behold what was in my pocket, but the car keys. They were closed by the time we got back, so tomorrow we will be visiting the Amtrak Terminal again!
Tomorrow we start visiting ...
... Samaritans. This would never happen in the UK. Despite the nosebleed, we get off to the airport roughly on time and catch our respective flights. It is strange Andy going home and the rest of us staying on. We will miss him. Our journey now takes us to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - our penultimate state. More precisely, we end up at an airport hotel just outside Philadelphia for one night, with a single objective - ...
... I'm already starting to view Americans differently, and I haven't even boarded a plane. I still have apprehension about asking the British, Dutch, Moroccans, and Serbians what they think about Americans. I really want to know, even though I know there will be more than a few negative stereotypes. I just hope they aren't as biased against Americans as we, as a nation, tend to be.