Hampton Inn Burlington/Mt. Holly
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... with USAIr.) Worse yet, the plane is an old Boeing 757. There is not an inch of spare leg room and the people in the row ahead push their seats as far back as they can go. I am curled up like a pretzel. The three bite size pieces of oversalted chicken in mucilaginous gravy and spoonful of overcooked green beans that pass for dinner are served by a gum-chewing flight attendant. We settle in for a long and unpleasant flight. The day is not ending as well as it ...
... what to do with ourselves for the remainder of the day. According to our itinerary, today was the day to visit the Hershey factory, but that would have been a two hour drive there, and then back again, so reluctantly, I had to let that one go, because we so needed a recovery morning.
Instead we decided to visit downtown Philadelphia and see the famous Liberty Bell and Independence Hall to get ourselves some history. Mal and I ...
... overpass over the turnpike through all of north New Jersey). But, otherwise, an uneventful trip. On our way through New Jersey, we used Hotel Tonight to find lodging in New York City. As is well documented, bunking in New York City is not cheap (!), but we found a place that sounded nice and was not (totally) over the top, price-wise. It turned out to be the last (or only) room this hotel had available through Hotel Tonight. Ruth booked it online from my iPhone using the ...
... Sylvester Stallone for the filming of Rocky III in 1982, the bronze statue had since been removed because it was not considered "art". It was brought back for the filming of Rocky V, Mannequin, and Philadelphia and in 2006 officially brought back to sit at the base of the museum steps. We posed with the Italian Stallion lifting our arms in triumph. Then we did what all crazy tourists must do when visiting the site...we ran up the 72 steps in front ...