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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Travel Blogs from Mount Laurel
... we were going the wrong way - no more relying on other peoples directions, we'll stick with the GPS in future! After that detour we eventually arrived at Penns Landing. We took a short walk along the waterfront to admire the 1.8 mile Benjamin Franklin Bridge. It was the world's largest suspension bridge when completed in 1926, it spans the Delaware River connecting Pennsylvania to New Jersey. It was ...
... know what it was, but it looked cool.On our way home we went back to rocky steps to see what was goin on. There are opportunistic bums that hang out by the step and take your photo for a dollar. I didnt fall for it. Suckers.It was hot as hell, so i held off on my city adventuring for a bit, but when it cooled down, Bavli lent me a bike which i rode around downtown. I went to the old Penitentiary which used to be on the outskirts ...
... know me, know my feelings on leftovers.
Also, for those of you who aren't in the know, I am leaving tomorrow morning (5/16) for Boston and then after that New York City. My mother is going to be joining me in NYC so that we can spend a few nights doing mother-daughter things and watching Broadway plays (Mamma Mia, of course). She will be leaving on the 17th, so everybody wish her a good journey. Love you, Mom!
'Til next time!
I started the day early today as the hospital were running one of their regular mock cardiac arrest scenarios which I wanted to observe to compare how they run them compared to how they are run in Nottingham. It was really interesting to see as they work in a similar way but this was an announced one for all intensive care staff rather than being called as a real emergency so people seemed to settle into the scenario more quickly. They run a mix of announced and unannounced ones ...
I love when things are spontaneous!
Phil stopped by for an afternoon visit. Great times boating up and down the Delaware.
We were hoping to stop by Curtin's Wharf (http://www.curtinsmarina.com) for lunch. Unfortunately it's closed until May 21. We ended up dining at Morgan's ...