Fairfield Inn & Suites Mt. Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... growing empirical record of its own unleashing — may yet again be tomorrow.
Mary Eberstadt is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution and consulting editor to Policy Review.
As defined by the International Vegetarian Union, a vegetarian eats no animals but may eat eggs and dairy (and is then an ovo-lacto vegetarian). A pescetarian is a vegetarian who allows the consumption of fish. A vegan excludes both animals and animal products from ...
The Boat Trip Was long and boring. We were given very little food, but enough to survive the trip. When we came upon land, everyone crowed around the edge of the boat. Philadelphia was mostly smaller towns. It had its share of factories but also did some farming and agricultural things to sustain its economy. We live on a busy road, surrounded by other houses. They were placed very close together and living space was very small, but at least we were free and had a new start. ...
... her health. She told me she was in Israel for stem cell treatment for her illness. She was just as excited to see us as we her. Like she was the mom of someone we knew. She was a classy lady. A couple of other girls passing by to go to the bakery saw us and realized it was her too. She told them to come over for a picture. She is such a doll. Made my day! Made Elizabeth's day. At lunch Elizabeth made a noise and said she was thinking about meeting ...
I visit the Liberty Bell and walk around the old State House. The bell has a crack in it and has not been rung for 160 years! I keep walking to the waterfront. Philly is built by the Delaware River. I get there and discover Philly has no waterfront; someone built a massive freeway beside the river. I keep moving as I am going to a free radio concert where GP&TR are to play.
Along the way I pass Philly’s premier loud shirt shop. Cheap paisley shirts ...
... until the heavens opened. It rained (including several miles of an all out deluge) for the remainder of the trip (180 miles).
Elizabeth's entertainment on this third leg was split between her iPad and iPod Touch with a smattering of car games with Mommy and Daddy. Her photo focus changed from things we drove by to her dogs and the poses she requested ...