Holiday Inn Cherry Hill
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Arrived back in Philly. Was picked up by my awesome husband and driven home. The happiest member of my family to see me again was my dog!!! My kids were like "Hi Mom. Welcome Back." and off they were again to their phones, friends ...
... like they were going to pass out, so she probably had the right idea.
After spending some time here we walked back down into the city and Rittenhaus Square where all of the upmarket shops are (needless to say we didn't go into any of them - we definitely have the grungy backpacker look going for us. We stopped for lunch at a place called Pandora's Lunch Box and had our first authentic Philly Cheesesteak, which was lush, but incredibly filling (still ...
... service workers. In one morning, the whole crew had cleared out 4 tons, the next morning, 2.5+ tons. The team has certainly had a productive week in Frankford, and looks forward to a day or two more in the neighborhood before finishing our time in Philly. - Written by Kateri Gruber, NCCC Team Raven 2"
This is a more formal blog I wrote for this week that was posted on the PillyRising blog page. Each week, a team member would write about what we were 'Getting Done" ...
... that neither of them make anywhere near the best cheesesteak in town. Well that won’t do! I got into as many iPhone traveller apps as I could to arrive at the decision of Campo’s. As luck would have it Campo’s was right near the end of our tour and on our way home so we swung by to grab a cheesesteak to share.
I made Chris share one with me instead of having our own because they’re not the healthiest things you’ll come by. They are ...
... the Auckland airport who found a place to stamp Lew’s passport. - Aaron, who taught Lew to drive a manual in the rain in Auckland at night. - The friends we made on the Fat Camel bar tour in Auckland. - Liam, who jumped out of a plane with Lew at 15,000 feet. - The van driver who drove us back to our car after we hiked the Tongariro Alpine Crossing, so that we didn’t have to hike another 12 miles. - The woman at Egmont Eco Leisure Park ...