Hampton Inn & Suites Vineland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... minute show on the Star, not sure I learned that in school or perhaps I was napping in that class :-) fascinating! We listened in on a tour talking about the first moon walk very interesting.
I will post a few pictures from our adventure to DC and also one of dinner, we went to a local crab and rib place oh my I've never had that much crab...it was delicious!
... br> 1 pair shorts: I have one pair of athletic shorts
5 pairs underwear and socks. 7 pair of underwear and 2 pair of socks for this girl!
1 pair of shoes: That is really funny. One pair of shoes!?! I have two in my bag and wearing one, so 3.
1 rainproof jacket with hood. Check!
Sewing kit. I will buy a new shirt before I figure out how to fix it. No for me.
Money belt: ...
... re back to a hot, moist, sticky heat the way we know it in Belgium. Bye bye dry heat... It was nice knowing you! 22 July 2013 We need to get up in time. The concierge has arranged for us to be picked from the hotel to go to the start of the sightseeing buses so we can get a good overview of the city for the short time we have there. The bus tour takes almost 2 hours and after having done the whole tour we decide to first go and see the Independence Visitors Centre to see if ...
... It's interesting (but not surprising) that they have all the security that there is for airline travel (except for taking off one's shoes, but I did have to take off my belt). It was neat to see the Liberty Bell up close without any barriers and to be able to take pictures of it with us (and of it with Independence Hall in the background). We then left downtown Philadelphia in search of Tony Luke's, purported to be an authentic source of Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. By ...
We woke up in Philadelphia, and left our bags in our hotel. We decided to walk to Independence Hall, since it wasn't that far. We had afew hours before we had to leave for New York.
I was excited to see Independence Hall again....we went through the bag check bit and were made to take off a million layers, only to find out that we were supposed to get tickets from the visitors centre. You have to have a guided tour at a certain time. So ...