Hampton Inn Cherry Hill/Voorhees
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Saturday we awoke to many difficult realities. First, we remembered that we had lost a day in Lisbon. Second, we had no working cell phone. Third, there was absolutely no food in the house...I had cleared out the fridge in preparation for the trip.
Never, ever go anywhere without a working cell phone. It makes everything so much more complicated. In on our dining room I got out my laptop and iPad and developed a command central ...
... Stroll further than Independence Mall and the Liberty Bell. And when you take the time to get to know this city, she really does love you back.
Philly is a city with great beer, great food, and great street art. The city’s mural project means that you don’t have to walk far through this east coast gem before stumbling onto another painted wall - and all for a good cause.
The biggest reason I love Philadelphia though, is that ...
... but finally succeeded.
Having done this, we wandered to Franklin Square for lunch. Didn't really know what else to do, so went back to the hostel for a much-needed nap. Had some supper, then watched "Inglorious Basterds" (really good if you haven't seen it) before going to bed.
The next day (or today), the sun was really shining. Looks like we wont be needing jeans again any time soon, as its only going to get hotter the further ...
... each place and split them so that my son and I could determine who was the best. We both agree that Pat's steak had a really great flavor and a little more meat than Geno's.
After lunch, it was back in the car for the drive south to ...
Hey all! Not a very eventful week--that's a good thing! The schools have gone smoothly, no notable hotel experiences... we've just been cruising along.
Today, we did three shows at one middle school. Seventh grade was the first assembly. The show began with the 7th grade vice-principal taking the microphone from Kelsey right before she was about to introduce the show, asking her, "I don't need to introduce you, right? We can just get this thing going?" Uh... ...