Holiday Inn Express Carneys Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... had lots or time to wait. Of course I just had to take a pic of this cosmetic kiosk. Watched the third episode of True Detective. It's set I. One land of devils, Louisiana, and I'm headed to another land of devils. We're boarding in 15 minutes. Can't wait to get on the ...
... that down at some point this year.
As we made our way towards Philadelphia’s City Hall we came across our next sculpture, a 45-foot steel clothespin which apparently looks like two lovers entwining. I could just see a giant clothes peg but it was impressive nonetheless. We found a real gem for lunch tucked away down a side street and enjoyed the famous Philadelphia cheesesteak sandwich. Tom and Steve also ordered an Ale taster each ...
... was really odd. We were having really hot days and then at about 5pm every night we would get big black clouds rolling in and it would storm. This weather really reminded me of Hawaii. So humid and then rainy and then clear once the storm passed.
One night we had a massive storm, the thunder was so loud it felt like it was right on top of us! Hopefully the video I post here shows just how powerful it was. After I took this video though, one of the counselors, ...
... 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, ...
... a dirt-walled fortress) and George Washington's headquarters, where he and Martha lived during that winter. However, besides the house that Washington used for his headquarters, there is almost nothing original in the area. During the height of the encampment, there were thousands of huts, a blacksmith shop, a commissary, etc. Within 10 years after the troops departed, everything was removed so the farmers could farm once again.
After Valley Forge, it ...