Holiday Inn Express Carneys Point
Travel Blogs from Carney's Point
... I couldn't get to Ohio from Portland instead I had to go to Philadelphia to get there. So I stopped off in Philadelphia long enough for a Philly cheese steak roll - surprisingly good considering the ingredients are cheapest cuts of a cow you can get away with calling steak and a liquid version of the plastic cheese you put in burgers. Then I headed off to Akron, ...
... 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, ...
... 33 historic homes. The street us named for Jeremiah Elfreth, a blacksmith that built and rented out many of the homes dating back to 1702. Above many of the homes, shown in a few of the pictures, are "Fire Marks". These are iron plaques depicting that the resident in the home had fire insurance and thus, should their home catch fire, the firefighters would save their home. You see, firefighters of the day, were paid through "Firemen's Insurance"!
... luck on her next hour-and-a-half bus ride to her home in Atlantic City.
It had been sort of raining, off and on, all day, but of course I hadn’t minded because I’d been on the bus. But literally as soon as I grabbed my luggage and called Jackie to ask what her car looked like, it started POURING. A bit of a flash-storm, really. I crossed the street and found Jackie, and almost as soon as I got in the car it stopped raining. It was so good ...
... is devoid of both shelter and shops that miraculously produce umbrella’s at a hint of rain. We did find one eventually, but not before we were drenched and cold. Chris refused to buy one saying “I’m fine, I don’t need a umbrella”, which is so annoying. I know that means he’ll squish under my tiny one when he starts getting too wet and then we’ll both be soaked. Hmph! Men! They can’t do sensible things like ask for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed