Hampton Inn Philadelphia Mt. Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Philadelphia Mt. Laurel Mount Laurel
We arrived late night from JFK, and got a perfect room for 5. After a good night of sleep we got a breakfast that everyone really enjoyed, and for all this... we paid the lowest daily rate of all during our USA roundtrip..
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... no interest in art. Apparently, it's one of the best art museums in the country. Who knew? Ironically, the main attraction in the area wasn't the museum itself, it was the statue of Rocky which stands outside the museum. An American woman poses for a photo with the statue before turning to her kids and saying proudly "Now I've eaten a cheesesteak and had a photo with Rocky. Now I've seen Philly." More on the cheesesteaks in a moment.
... can be buried with it. Scrumdidliumtious!
We all were gifted 3 hours of free time in Philly. Dehning, Amy and I wandered around and went to revisit the church from our walking tour and we also went back to Franklin’s house to go inside America’s first post office. We sent some postcards and were amused by the lady behind the counter who couldn’t add or count well at all. Her co-worker at one point said “You’ve gotta get ...
On route to New York, we decided to spend a day in Philadelphia. All the historic sites were still closed due to the government shutdown, though we were still able to admire the impressive architecture of Independence Hall, Liberty Bell and the first presidential house from outside its exhibition centre. The Federal Reserve and US Mint buildings were also nearby so we also decided to visit these free exhibits ...
... Goooood. After that we went to the International Spy Museum, which was pretty awesome. In keeping with this theme we also found the FBI 'J Edgar Hoover' building - which was massive - and eventually we discovered (the front of) The White House. You can get surprisingly close.
The next day saw our 1st Megabus journey. Despite the horror stories we found it quiet, quick and ...
... the centre of Philadelphia to the Old City. Philadelphia was where the Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson. It is also where the Constitution was written after the war against the British. We oriented ourselves with the general environment of this old City Cultural District, as we will be returning tomorrow morning. Meanwhile, we are going for a trip on a horse and carriage through ...