Fairfield Inn & Suites Mt. Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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So the summer on 2002 my dad and Jarrod built a bar in the basement. My dad doesn't do anything unless it's quality. So you can bet this bar was made solid and heavy. With, not surprising, a sink so it could "someday" be a wet bar. The bar was built in the basement. There has been much debate over how, when, and if the bar would be moved. Well these amazing men have answered the ...
... There's a Japanese tea house, a Ming-dynasty audience hall, a Hindu temple, a mediaeval cloister, a Gothic chapel. Some of the art is excellent.
And, we got to see a Vermeer, Young Lady Seated at the Virginal, on loan from the Leiden Collection in New York. This painting was only recently authenticated as by Vermeer (based upon some findings from Sotheby's, like that it's cut from the same cloth as another ...
... to look like fire engine, trains, rainforests or underwater scenes etc) and children generally aren't transported in wheelchairs but ride in trolleys that look more like something that they would play in at school. The other area that is vastly different is the level of sickness of the patients on the wards and the number of staff working. As they have many more intensive care beds they are transferred there earlier ...
... in New York for the second time this summer from July 30 until August 3rd. I then made my way back to Chester Springs.
Today, I went back into town and took my belongings with me to store them at 30th Street Station so I would not have to made the long commute back to the suburbs. This time, I visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which features a variety of exhibits showcasing the achievements of the Western world since the first century CE and ...
... streets have been taken over with food and beverage tents for the day. Joe jokes that there are more people at the festival than there are in Australia (there probably are) and I also love that the epicenter of the food festival is at the intersection of “Gay” and “High” streets, so essentially “you come in high and walk out gay”.
The day is spent strolling in the sun trying deep ...