Hampton Inn Exton
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... one that is going to be dealing with the property, so you should have the most control over the situation.
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... s self is behind a roped off section, but you can take photos, just no touching. Next stop was the visitor center, where I picked up my ticket for the Independence hall tour. I had 45 mins before I had to check in for the tour so I walked around the buildings reading the signs and taking in the sights. The first tour was of Independence hall, where the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were ...
... selling are disappearing at an alarming rate. Homelessness is the vibe I'm starting to feel when looking at the lump of packed bags and lack of standard fixtures in my bedroom. Yet, it is still a bedroom. Still my roof. Homelessness is what I'll get when the Silver Bullet (the Hyundai) hits the road for a multi day excursion across the U.S.. The feeling that many people can only dream of feeling, to be able to do the things that I'm about to embark on. ...
... espresso machine. We see down a side street a "Cafe", unusual in the USA. We go in, it is dark, there are Turkish pillows on the seats and hookah pipes on the table. We ask the owner warily if we can get a coffee, he replies “Only espresso or cappuccino, I don’t serve that drip ****”. All seems good.
Over two coffees each plus the house speciality of homemade Tiramisu, we have a long discussion with Mohammed the owner. He is from Palestine, has lots ...
... in the details (cornices, etc). Most are about two or three stories high. Many are attached. The streets tend to be narrow. I walk down a few streets here and there and eventually wander onto South Street. I head into some kind of vintage record store/ used book store run by a very nice woman named Isabelle. I browse around for awhile. She asks me where I'm coming from, where I'm going. I say New York but otherwise don't have an answer for her about where ...