Holiday Inn Cherry Hill
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Travel Blogs from Cherry Hill
... clothes stores, Macys (standard), and overpowering ‘City Hall’ (you could get lost in there).
In the afternoon we landed in the ‘Historic/Waterfront District’ and explored the ‘Independence National Historic Park.’ The park is a historically significant and beautiful area, with a number of sights - i.e. ‘Independence Hall’ (1732) where the ‘Declaration of Independence’ was prepared and ...
... than I dined out. Don't get me wrong, I still visited the restaurants I wanted to and tried every specialty that sounded good. I just didn't overdo the restaurant option. The exception to this rule was in Peru, Bolivia and Ecaudor, where the cost of living is so low that it was often cheaper and easier to eat out than to cook.
Hostels? EW! Aren't hostels scary and gross?
From what I hear, hostels in the U.S. can ...
... comfortable. They dropped everything in their lives for 11 days and took me to all the sites we could possibly see in Lebanon. Day, after day, after day, after day. In addition to that, throughout the trip, the whole family (especially Christelle) made an intense effort to help me understand the culture that my parents were raised in. Going back to my first post, that is one of the reasons I came and I am very grateful that they ...
... team made it through the 9 drinking events and won gold! Team Espana won the Beer Olympics! An upset of epic proportions over the favorite and defending champions, Team Switzerland.
Lew also enjoyed catching up family, hanging out with cousins and friends. It was really cool meeting up with Matthius whom Lew hadn’t seen in 8 years or so.
Liz split time between her parents’ house in Hopewell and her sister’s house ...
... 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.
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility