Holiday Inn Express Carneys Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... There's a Japanese tea house, a Ming-dynasty audience hall, a Hindu temple, a mediaeval cloister, a Gothic chapel. Some of the art is excellent.
And, we got to see a Vermeer, Young Lady Seated at the Virginal, on loan from the Leiden Collection in New York. This painting was only recently authenticated as by Vermeer (based upon some findings from Sotheby's, like that it's cut from the same cloth as another ...
... provide a way for your visitors to interact with you if they desire to do so. If you view it from their viewpoint, you will understand that it is difficult sufficient for them to desire to contact a person in the first place (for a number of reasons). If you want that to occur, you do have an obligation to make it relatively easy for them to reach you. That will go a very good way with regards to creating your relationship using them.
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... 11PM-2AM. It is set up this way so that the return flight back to the a United States is overnight and arrives first thing the next morning. The airport in Lima is relatively small for being the only international airport in Peru. Despite its small size, it is clearly evident that they know how to get every last person in and out of the terminal. We landed and were processed through immigration in like 20 ...
... 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, ...
... to my slightly OCD sensibilities, a bear and a longhorn. Why couldn't they put a pair of animals in the last corner?! Grr!
We had our photos taken with the Rocky statue, and then Laura 'ran' up the steps. In fact, she walked up the steps with great big swinging motions of her legs, so that on the photos I was taking, it would look like she was running. She wasn't fooling anyone! There were loads of people actually running up it though, and half of ...