Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Philadelphia Airport
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... NO ONE WANTS TO HOST YOU. You said I was busy at work yes, I was busy because I didn't wanna spend time with someone like you so don't make it sound like I wanted to date you. Addition Your reason for this negative reference is that I kicked you from my house at 11:30pm on Sunday night right? Yes I did kicked you out and I believe that any normal host would have done the same thing. First stop addressing the guy as my neighbor to make it looks like he is living in a different house. ...
... Unfortunately being freshwater, we found the oysters lacking in flavour compared to their saltwater cousins. I found the clams to be a bit intense, given their size and meatiness, but Nay loved them!
Cass got held up at work so we abandoned our plans to meet up with her in the city and headed back to the house. Speaking to Anna, she was disturbed somewhat at our lack of Philly Cheese Steak so had the brilliant idea of taking Rosie (her ...
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Had a lovely lazy day in today. Last night was the best night's sleep I've had since leaving home, even after getting up in the middle of the night to check all the doors and windows were locked! As I said in my last entry, it's an old house and thus makes lots of strange noises at night. I was checking for burglars and animals, Hayley it turns our was also ...
Weeks on the Road: 22 weeks
Travel by motorhome: 14,110km
Travel by car: 6,465km
Total km: 20,575km
To avoid a road closure posted on GPS we took a different route through Water Gap National Recreation Area along the Delaware River - it was a much slower pace, with the sun shining on the hillside - it was a gorgeous drive. We drove through lovely narrow country roads, ...
I wanted to show Spencer some of the parts of Manhattan where I used to live so we caught the subway down to Astor Place (8<sup>th</sup> St) and walked down St Mark's place. Like most of Manhattan, many parts of the East Village had changed but some had not changed at all. The new hotels on Bowery look amazing but many of the local bars in and around Alphabet City remain the same (Angel’s Share, Niagara, McSorleys, Odessa). I wanted to ...