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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... most powerful of all human drives.
One more critical link between the appetites for sex and food is this: Both, if pursued without regard to consequence, can prove ruinous not only to oneself, but also to other people, and even to society itself. No doubt for that reason, both appetites have historically been subject in all civilizations to rules both formal and informal. Thus the potentially destructive forces of sex — disease, disorder, ...
... we went to see the Independence hall where we sat through a speech on American independence and Alex was heckled. We then met our friend a Holly and saw the liberty bell which was a long queue for a fairly anti climatic bell however was good to read up on. We then watched Germany win World Cup before grabbing a Philly cheesesteak and setting off for ...
... to not take the 20 inch carry-on suitcase and instead went with the 22-inch carry on. The fact that we are still doing 18 days in Europe using a carry on is still impressive.
rain-jacket or none: very tough decision, indeed.
my awesome fake leather jacket AND Northface: yes, please! If there is one thing I'm good at in life, it is being cold. Thus, I shall utilize those precious cubic centimeters of suitcase with two jackets.
We were up stunningly early, 6:45 to get a head start on the border crossing. Kacey our tour director said that they left at 7 once and ended up lined up behind 5 other coaches waiting to cross the border and it took hours because they didn't have their paperwork in order. We were the first ones there this morning and although we had to wait 15 minutes for someone to come to the bus to start the process we were off and on the bus in pretty good time. From there ...
... of the 39 signers of the Declaration, it amounted to treason, however they made that commitment that changed their lives and shaped America as we know it today. It was also interesting to us to see that the date of America’s independence from Britain also coincided with the first colonial establishment in Botany Bay, Australia. Perhaps the British were looking for alternate lands to colonise, after losing the revolutionary ...