Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Mt. Laurel - Crawford Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... crossing over to describe what is desirable and undesirable in each case. In fact, we sometimes have trouble even talking about food without metaphorically invoking sex, and vice versa. In a hundred entangled ways, judging by either language or literature, the human mind juggles sex and food almost interchangeably at times. And why not? Both desires can make people do things they otherwise would not; and both are experienced at different times by most men and women ...
... some of Philly and after getting some food and drink we then stumbled upon a really great bar which had a lot going on and was a great place to spend the night. Annoyingly the hostel had a curfew so we had to be back relatively early (2AM) but it was still a great night. The next day we woke with a slight hangover to a very muggy day. This was our ...
... the iPad. In the end, the thrifty packer side of us went with the iPad and download small, low-quality movies called divx. We then converted the divx to mp4 files and uploaded them to my iPad. I'll keep you posted on my thoughts on the divx movies which include Independence Day (I somehow managed to escape this movie in life), The Usual suspects, and Behind Enemy Lines.
20-inch vs 22-inch carry-on: It was a very tough decision. In the end, ...
... Heading back to Bensalem, we found ourselves once again in peak hour traffic, but my husband is such a pro at this 'driving on the wrong side' stuff, that he handled it admirably.
Back to Patti's for dinner - prawns, (or as she called them 'shrimp') my favourite - then we said our goodbyes and headed back to our rooms for a much needed early night. Thank you Patti for being such a gracious host, it has been so special to see you again.
... other families. Made our modern homes very spacious by comparison.
Our last stop in the old city was Elfreth’s Alley - The nations oldest street created in 1702 consisting of 32 row homes. People still live in these homes making it also the longest continually occupied street. We have learned a great deal about America’s past, the first colonies to settle from Britain and their struggle to gain independence. ...