Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Cherry Hill
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to be 30oC or more and were both got frustrated. Feeling defeated we walked back and got the lady to call us a taxi. When we arrived at the laundromat in the taxi to our disappointment it was literally around a corner from the point where we stopped walking and thought we should head back. After cleaning our clothes we got some chicken wings from Checkers and by the time we walked back to the hotel we were able to check in. Bobbie had a little nap because ...
... through the turnstile gates at 1pm and into a world of good family fun. Six Flags is a pretty well run theme park chain and many of the big rides are the same. We hit up a few of the rollercoasters first, but I didn’t really have the stomach for them for some reason. That isn’t to say that we didn’t go on any others, but I didn’t enjoy them as much. The Green Lantern ride was crazy as it was a stand up rollercoaster, but very uncomfortable.
... we have to get some Philly cheese steaks
I've seen on the Internet two good places, Pat's and Geno's which are across the street from each other so we have planned to go one side and split one from Geno's and, then cross the street and split one from Pat's.
As we have to drop the car off we go and get our cheese steaks,amazingly there is somewhere close by to park.First we cross ...
... Majid, Sandrine, Danielle, Lori, Maddy, and Elizabeth) at Leo, with whom we shared incredible encounters with wildlife. - Hussein and his family, who went on a game drive with us on Christmas Day in Kruger National Park. - Dimswani, who showed us around Swaziland. - The Thai businessman and his "friend," with whom we rang in 2011. - Sophorn, the tuk tuk driver who drove us around the Angkor Wat area in Cambodia for three days. - Nusi, who made ...
... meant to be together.
- We learned that we don’t need much. We need each other. And a few essentials. Everything else just weighs us down.
It’s not one year in this world and then back to reality. It’s a life in this world. The challenge now that we are home is to continue to look at life with the same wonder that we did while we were travelling. To view each day as a gift from God, filled with endless potential for adventure, beauty, and ...