Holiday Inn Express Carneys Point
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... our luggage and it looked decent. By 11am we were on our first tube ride to...Harrods...! Cyndi loved it and would have stayed there all day. We went to see the Diana and Dodi Memorial in the escalator well, (sounds weird, but the area is beautiful), then headed to the huge Souvenir Department. I bought some nice things for our Westie Gathering this coming summer. They had an excellent assortment of Westie bags and other items ...
... I've just ate it...
Anyways after lunch Elizabeth had to get back to work so me and Ben started to walk to the famous Art Museum with Rocky Balboa statue.
On the road we were walking towards the museum, I saw international flags on side of the road. They appeared to have every single flag, even the Vatican! So when I saw the swedish flag, I told Ben that if they had ...
... Carney’s Point. About five minutes of driving around Carney’s Point, we realized that everyone had gone elsewhere to celebrate Memorial Day and we were left with an almost empty town with parking spaces not quite large enough to accommodate our Idris (the RV…not sure if folks reading this have caught onto her name yet). We ended up at a park near the river (which river, I have no idea) and we set up camp there for a while, ate lunch, ...
... speak for themselves, but hopefully you’ll see why I fell in love with this place…
So there you have it. Not ‘typical’ Philly things this time but gorgeous new places I’m glad I explored. Pay the city a little visit. Look past the grime and the many things ‘Ben Franklin’ and there’s so much more to discover!! Unusual, spooky, beautiful and arty. I love Philadelphia to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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