Hampton Inn Bordentown
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- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... protect humanity from reality. The "right-wing" delusion focuses less on motherly pampering and hand-holding, and focuses more on fatherly protection and discipline. "Conservatives" want "authority" to be used to create a big, powerful protection machine, and to firmly impose morality upon the population, which they imagine to be necessary for the survival of mankind. Their denial of reality is just as strong as that of the ...
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We have heard two different things about the Declaration of Independence. While in Boston we heard that the Declaration of Independence was first read from the balcony of the Old State House by Thomas Jefferson. Today ...
... other exceptional bonus of a 'flurry'. A snowing of small proportions - it came down, but went to water as soon as it hit the ground. Andrew has photos (on the camera - which we haven't downloaded yet) and will upload over the next few days. Quite exciting :) So we got our snow (if only for 20 minutes and only a small amount) Following that we boarded the bus again and hit the streets. I hope our boys love and ...
... t like to see people waiting around when he's got nothing to do. In the van he called the guy behind the desk a ********, it sounds really funny to hear an american say ********. He apologised for the heat ( Philly was in the middle of a heat wave) and said he will drive fast to try to keep it cool. He also asked if we wanted some music, we said to put on anything, he asked us if we don't mind profanity, which of course we are cool with. He put on some really good gangster rap, ...
... tribute to the man.
Interestingly, I went to the visitors center which is across a busy street and in the lower area of what obviously used to be a restroom. How do I know, the entrance has "WOMEN" etched in stone above it, and at the other end where the door says, "National Park Service Only" etched above it, says, "MEN." Am I wrong or what? The ranger inside was nice, but not extremely informative.
I was wondering ...