Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Mt. Laurel - Pacilli Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... as I have been into more sports stores/ sports shoes stores in the last 6 weeks than I have for my whole life. The mission to get all three boys shoes has been never-ending. Anyhow - huge success today - Andrew finally found his, we got Jeremy a pair, but Mitch's search is still to continue (god help me!), although we did find Mitch two shirts. Andrew reckons that New York will be the go - but I'm betting ...
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... We sit on the taxi way for about an hr, before they take us back to the gate and let us off. We were encouraged to go and get some food, but to stay close to the gate so we can leave as quickly as possible. I still had a salad that I had brought the day before in my bag, so I sat and ate that. After about another hour, they re boarded us again. Once on the plane, the lady next to me was talking with the flight attendant, and said that the ground stop had ...
... than 1, which was way too long. We spent quite a bit of time in the federal reserve building learning about the printing of money and we were at the National Constitution Center where the boys were sworn in as our next presidents. We'll head back to Philly in the morning to see the things we didnt get a chance to see today. Oh, i must say that I'm in love with my new crockpot. It has been ...
... 33 historic homes. The street us named for Jeremiah Elfreth, a blacksmith that built and rented out many of the homes dating back to 1702. Above many of the homes, shown in a few of the pictures, are "Fire Marks". These are iron plaques depicting that the resident in the home had fire insurance and thus, should their home catch fire, the firefighters would save their home. You see, firefighters of the day, were paid through "Firemen's Insurance"!