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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... all the major sights with an entertaining commentary ...good for those on a time budget! We now have some ideas for tomorrow!We began with a tour of Independence Hall ...a potted history of the evil English and the clever writers of the Declaration of Independence! It was a bit difficult to understand at times as the tour guide spoke quickly with American jokes thrown in about money, tax and so on! Next stop was City Hall which is a ...
... rather than green, it still has that look that I have grown to like in a stadium. Inside there is a small Kids Zone with games and a play area in right field. One thing about the stadium is many of the stores and attractions are offset from the main concourse to where I walked by things without realizing it until I walked the other direction and saw them. There was a temporary attraction with a sand sculpture of a castle and ...
... I needed drive into the distance so I took the opportunity to walk back rather than wait half an hour for the next one. It was a really nice walk and nice to get some fresh air after spending 12 hours in the hospital. I send some emails before going to bed and Johns Hopkins Hospital had sent my finalised itinerary for next week. One of the meetings instantly jumped out at me; a meeting with Sorrel King who set up the Josie King Foundation using the settlement after the ...
... use the remaining part of the day to nap and relax.
The next day, I took the SEPTA Regional Rail commuter train east towards Center City. There, the first thing I did was go by the Independence Visitors Center to get a timed ticket to visit the one and only Independence Hall. With some time to kill before I had to get in line, I visited the Liberty Bell Center to see its namesake. The sight of it nearly blew me away, for this was a significant piece ...
... had some of the best coffee I’ve ever tasted at Burlap and Bean.
We reminisced about 90s fashion and crazy memories of primary school (‘the recorder bucket’… ewww…) … they introduced me to “it’s always sunny in Philadelphia”. We also watched the world’s strangest movie, and Joe trusted me to drive his car. ...