Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Warminster/Doylestown
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Have stayed here numerous times -- and will continue to. Staff and accommodations always A+++++.
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... provocation) is the ability to sleep anywhere at any time, so I laid back and put myself to sleep. When I woke up we were stuck in road construction traffic with a fare of $50.00 bucks on the meter, and the driver wigging out at the slow pace. After 5 more minutes of a snails pace I told the driver I wanted to get out as I could see my hotel was only 1 block over.
He filled in the credit card slip for the full amount on the bottom ...
... Unfortunately we could not go in to see it because it has been closed due to funding. It is saddening to know that such an important building in our countries history cannot remain open.
As we walked to our next stop we went along something called the Signers Walk. In the sidewalk a plaque has been laid for every signer in The Declaration of Independence. One signer we stopped to talk about was Richard Henry Lee, he was the first man to ...
2. Africa has a lot of potential and the friendliest people we came across. We were amazed to see less abject poverty in Africa than in India mainly because even in the poorest African countries people had access to their own food supplies from the land that they inhabited.
3. India was hard work ...
"Summer, summer, summertime
Time to sit back and unwind" [DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, 1991]
Obviously the first thing I did was run up the Rocky steps.
I stayed with my mate I played football with at Balliol. He once told me his Economics lecturer had told him that if there's easy money to be made, you might as well make it. This fitted in with what ...
... the majority of all the tourist attractions that followed were "on your right..." So I missed the majority of what was being pointed out from stop 12 to 25. I'll just google it. Once back, I decided to shoot into Liberty Bell food market to grab an infamous Philly cheese steak. I'm not sure what its supposed to be but what I got was mince on a roll - I tasted no cheese. It was a bit of an anti-climax. Speaking of which, there was a shop inside that ...