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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... section divided according to region and climate. Quite an amazing orchid collection in particular.
From there we walked, walked, walked… first over through the sculpture garden of the Museum of Art, then the White House, then to the far end of the Mall to the Lincoln Memorial and the war memorials… Vietnam, Korea and WWII. By then we were pretty pooped, so were wondering what to do for a couple of hours until the bus.
We chose the ...
... friends understood, and can be bad for you or good for you in ways not enumerated before.
All that is true, but then the question is this: Why aren’t more people doing the same with sex?
For here we come to the most fascinating turn of all. One cannot answer the question by arguing that there is no such empirical news about indiscriminately pursued sex and how it can be good or bad for you; to the contrary, there is, and lots of it. After ...
... find the laptop when we got there, but we found it. And it was slow! Then his wife came home and looked at him, and us, like we were crazy. Finally, Ancestry.com loaded, we found the date, and headed back to Holy Cross. How's that or luck?!
Previously, I had dealt with one of the office workers at the cemetery, not particularly friendly, but then again I didn't have the necessary information. More luck when we got back. His supervisor (it ...
... hopped behind the wheel and drove us all the way to Philadelphia. We had a lot of fun singing along with the guitar (Jack, from Scotland, is a true musician and his duets with Raimundo, from Chile, are XFactor worthy!!) and laughing at Josh’ and Gerald’s way of driving.
We arrived in the Philadelphia at around 2am, a couple of hours later than expected but it was worth every minute. It was rather hard to find a parking spot at this time of day with ...
... in DC. What a beautiful building. After "donating" some money, I was given a wrist band and told I could wander the Cathedral on my own. She pointed out Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson's graves. They are located in a nave of the church about half way down the aisle. Very nicely done. Interestingly, the Cathedral is not Catholic, but darned near...Episcopalian. You can think of them as "Catholic-Lite!" Now that's interesting because Wilson was ...