Hampton Inn Philadelphia / Willow Grove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... about my incredible trip this past week. I had planned to sleep in most of the day and try to catch up on missed sleep, but I woke up around 9:30 with a horrible sore throat, cough, and significant congestion. And all I could think about was how glad it didn't come until after I made it home, so I could truly enjoy every moment of my time in Honduras.
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... After a few beers and a bit of getting to know one another (it's always the same first convos...'where are you from', 'are you just travelling?', 'where else have you been?' And so on and so forth. One of the good thing about travelling round America is that you don't always meet people who are travelling. A lot of people are also American, visiting new places and on vacation. This means that I have received loads of good advice about places to visit from locals who live around ...
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... are allocated it, but we do different tasks and planning depending on the day. The kids return at 4pm and have until 5.45pm when evening line up is to relax and shower etc. We go to dinner at 6pm and then usually at 7.30pm we run our evening activity. Curfew is at 10pm but the kids have to be in their rooms by 10.30pm so it is a long day. If we are on duty we have to stay up until 1am, which is 1-2 times per week and involves sitting in the hallway on a computer or reading ...
I went back to my hostel to collect my baggage at half past four. They kindly allowed me to stay in their lounge, so I surfed the Net until eight and left for 30th Street Station to catch a bus. It seemed the station name just comes from the street and it's easy to locate. I had booked an overnight Megabus to Washington DC for eleven, so I stayed in the train station for a while, having buns bought in the bakery of the station.