Days Inn Wrightstown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Wrightstown
... and Vietnam needs our paperwork in the next few weeks. The process could take up to 6 weeks. Few in my class travel regularly on business making it difficult to part with their passports for such extended period of time. They may have to apply for an expedited visa for an extra service fee.
The trip starts at the end of May and into first week of June. We have a long way to go....or so it seems, at least for now.
... what importance is that if I range men firmly within a discipline they cannot escape? Let them own land or factories as much as they please. The decisive factor is that the State, through the party, is supreme over them, regardless whether they are owners or workers. All that, you see, is unessential. Our Socialism goes far deeper...The people about us are unaware of what is really happening to them. They gaze fascinated at one or ...
... having a ball tossed at him by the Marlins then returning fire by hiding behind his ATV and tossing the ball like a grenade back into their dugout.
The game was looonnnggg. I have never had a 14th inning stretch but i felt it definitely think itput some energy back in the park. Whether that had anything to do with the winning run finally happening I'm not sure. The firework show following the game was ...
... City Centre. The train station at Parkesburgh was so small that there isn’t even a platform and you have to climb up on some bits of wood (tempory steps) to get onto the train! The Amtrak trains here are great – the seats are one and a half times the size of a train in the UK and are so comfortable with free wifi.
Philadelphia used to be the capital city of USA so there is a lot of history here, including ...
... Then things went to ****.
A family of Italian hippies with dreadlocks boarded the plane and their worried looking teenage daughter sat next to me. She smelled just like you’d expect an Italian with dreadlocks to smell. Then the rest of the family scattered around the plane. She turned to me and said something in Italian that I didn’t quite understand but I got the gist that she wanted my seat. I pretended I ...