Fairfield Inn & Suites Mt. Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... amp; another hot sunny day at 23C as we visited Philadelphia. Don't know how we manage to hit all our main destinations & have sun for at least some of the time!!
As we walked to the old city we came across an Irish Memorial commemorating the great famine of 1845 - 1850, their immigration & contribution to America. The sculpture told their story with a series of ...
... city, until urban sprawl swallowed it up. It is now very much down town and closed in the 70s for this reason.Like the rest of the USA, philly has a bunch of old churches nestled between the modern buildings. They have a "free library" (aren't they all free?) Which is part of the historic area of town. Here also lies a place called the Franklin institute, named after Benjamin Franklin.I dodged traffic on my way to Logan park ...
I woke up at 5 AM this morning to leave Pittsburgh, but I could here her calling to me the entire time, Don't go, don't go, don't go. Stay here with meeeee.
Or maybe that was just the bed calling me. I'm not really sure.
Seriously though, despite what happened with the game, I really liked Pittsburgh and I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. I really didn't want to leave. Part of me wanted to stay an extra day. ...
... on a more regular basis than Nottingham can. I spent the morning on one of their wards shadowing and speaking to staff and then the afternoon in meetings before going to the Family Advisory Committee Meeting in the evening. It was really interesting to see how they were used to develop practice but also how they members interpreted the language used in documents and recommended changes to give clarity from a family members perspective. As I walked out of the hospital I saw the ...
... wifi. So far my experience of American cities are that there is a Dunkin Donuts or Starbucks at least every two blocks if that. I was about to discover that Philly is the exception to the rule, after a 10 block tramp, I rewarded myself to a lovely big hot cup of coffee and a bagel and of course, cream cheese. After this little indulgence and a few hours writing and then rewriting my Boston blog segment, I felt as though I might further indulge with a ...