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 ...
... three green figures representing the three rivers that connect in the city: The Wissahickon (creek) Girl, The Schuylkill (river) Girl, and The Delaware (a native man).Surrounding the center all around the fountain, frogs and turtles stand in the pool spitting water at the figures in playful mayhem.
After cutting through Logan Circle, we continued along the Benjamin Franklin Pkwy for a bit and passed the Rodin Museum. I believe the myseum ...
... compliment her. However I will let her tell this story when we get back, as she is wearing one of the merchandise tops she was compelled to buy.
So what can I tell you about Philadelphia? Well a couple things. First of all, you do need to try the cheese steak, with provolone, and the only place to get it is the one where Mr T and Billy Joel got theirs – Jim’s Steak’s on South St. A bit of a line but worth the ...
... of unpleasant, and then we met CSer Nick and his brother and another random person for pizza and then this bar which is very hidden underground.
After that, Nick took us to I think it was his aunt's 50th birthday party in Reading Terminal Market! They own, like, half of it, so they opened it up after hours to throw the party there. I had the best food of my life.
... bench or greyhound straight to Miami. (Im in Miami girl). But out of no where a room became available and my night was set sharing a room with a german, scouse and american. The Chimanoux Mansion was really really lush. Inside it was perfect with antique furniture, wooden floors and original features. For $23 it was a deal a steal sale of the century. The only problem was the beds squiked at the smallest of movements. So everytime ...