Holiday Inn Express Carneys Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... that they do not need to judge what is right and wrong; that they do not need to take it upon themselves to fix society; that all that is required of them is that they "play by the rules" and do as they are told while looking to "leaders" and "lawmakers" to handle the problems of society. In short, the belief in "authority" trains people to never grow up, to always view the world as children view it: an incomprehensibly complicated ...
... a Declaration of Independence. At the end of this walk you come to Congress Hall. This building sits right next to Independence Hall. Congress Hall was built in 1787 as the County Court House. At the time Philadelphia was not the only city in the county. There were a dozen others. When the country took their first census Philadelphia county had 3 out of the top 10 largest cities in America. Today they have all expanded and grown together to be ...
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What do you do when you are close to the threshold for the next status level in a frequent flier program? Look for cheap tickets. Las Vegas was the ideal answer with enough miles from PHL and cheap tickets. Actually, there is some logic to this in that it can result in overall cost savings by capitalizing on the program's benefits.
... 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, ...
... journey to Philadelphia took about 2 hours, which wasn't too bad. When we arrived at our hotel it was so busy in the lobby, and they were having problems checking people in because the system was down, great. After we eventually checked in, they told us that the key cards also weren't working, and that we had to get a member of staff to let us into our room every time! Being the geniuses that we are, we found a way to let ourselves in and out of our ...