Holiday Inn Cherry Hill
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and two stops back.
Yesterday I got up early (by the hostels standards) and caught a taxi to Union Station so I could get the Megabus to Philadelphia. I was there about 45 minutes early and the bus was about 45 minutes late, so I got to do a lot of standing and waiting in line. The bus seemed a bit dodgy to me. We were meant to stop in Baltimore but instead we stopped at some mall about 20 minutes out of Baltimore and I'm pretty sure we drove off ...
... of the Assembly to purchase a bell for the State House (now Independence Hall) steeple. The bell was ordered from Whitechapel Foundry, with instructions to inscribe on it the passage from Leviticus.
The bell arrived in Philadelphia on September 1, 1752, but was not hung until March 10, 1753, on which day Isaac Norris wrote, "I had the mortification to hear that it was cracked by a stroke of the clapper without any other viollence [sic] as it was hung up to try ...
... in some cases and you had to do a few steps. For example on one of them you were give a clue about something that looked empty, and using yourself, when you got to the location they gave you a mirror and an empty drinking glass. As it turns out, you had to fog up the cup, hold it over the mirror and it revealed numbers. The numbers were a phone number. Calling the phone number gave you the second part of the clue. We also visited the ...
... br> After this we wandered down to the water front and then to the oldest continually inhabited street in America. It was so pretty and quaint. All the hawoleen decorations were still out - the Americans really go to town with the festival!
Then it was back to the hostel with our microwavable dinners to do some internet surfing and sleeping! We had what appeared to be posh pot noodles for our tea - they were interesting!
We've both ...
... overflow clothes in there.
Between the four of us we have way too much electronic gear -- three iPods, a blackberry, an iPhone, two cameras. I'm hoping nobody thinks of also adding the laptop, Ninendo DS or portable DVD player. So much for less is more.
The clematis vine at the front of the house taken today, June 19. One defiant flower remains where there used to be many.