Crossland Economy Studios - Philadelphia - Maple Shade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to Hollywood Studios. The time being 1800 meant we had missed most of the shows. A quick recalculation and the fact we were lucky enough to be on the bus that went to Epcot also meant I finally got onto the test track ride and second flight of soaring. A great day packed with water thrills sun burn and an open topped race at 65 mph. Awesome!! Day seven of an amazing week didn't disappoint. With our first stop being typhoon lagoon. The water parks being very similar. Except ...
... therefore after the cat has been position out, those guys are in the actual. And that is that of the 'edge'. Your boundary starts here. It's not one particular particular item but that whole approach to finally trading. Sound complicated? And not really, when you break it below into its component parts. We'll do this now with headings and even sub-headings. And also really is completely no point in buying this exercise should it ...
... adventure. First they handed out a sheet with Greyhound's phone number with no instructions and no staff to help out. After several tries they announced that it was the wrong number! I had meanwhile gone online to book a couple of seats on the bus, we then had to taxi across Baltimore to the bus station. We finally arrived in Philadelphia at 7 pm only seven hours late.
We had arranged to meet up with two friends we had ...
... indian food, bakers...just everything. We bought some truffles from a huge chocolate stall called Mueller Incorporate (and I chipped in to help an adorable kid who wanted a lolly and didn't have enough cents...so cute!) and decided we'd pop back tomorrow to fully take advantage.
We snaffled our truffles whilst walking back into the older part of the city, past the US mint and a jail right in the middle of the city that looked like a skyscraper, and ...
... Philly's finest. For happy hour Nick and his brother, Chris, took us to Chickie & Pete's for some famous crabfries where Todd got the picture with the famous Phillies catcher. That night we went to this great Italian restaurant called Victor Cafe for dinner that included the serving staff singing opera (the pic of our "tour guides" is at that restaurant). Saturday we spent at Nick's parents house in Philly, where we celebrated his 30th birthday ...