Holiday Inn Express Langhorne-Oxford Valley
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... a Philly staple. The waitress is an unemployed nurse, who is married to a Phd student from Perth studying in Philly.
We pay the check, leaving the 15-20% tip and join the fast track line. There is no comprehension of the term queue in the US. I have stopped saying it. You line up for the restrooms; you don’t queue for the toilet.
In the line we meet Kevin and Lana. They are up from Virginia for the show. They were also at the The Birchmere. ...
... you will find phrases like "kidnappings, robberies, traffic, limited amount of ATMs". You as a migrant know that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger! so shake the fear away and get ready to take the crappiest CAMION (bus in Ecuadorian, colectivo in Argentinian) and pee behind a bush if necessary. This is a MONOTHONG trip (trip of one underwear, thong or hipster)
Important! Be aware of the "plastic men", they will try to convince you at all costs to wrap your luggage in what they say is "the safest way to travel", however, when you hear your name in the speakers for a "routine checkup" (they already saw your criminal face) the first thing that will pop to your mind is "DAMN IT! WHY DID I WRAP THE LUGGAGE IN 54 LAYERS OF PLASTIC!!!!"
The remainder of my bus ride consisted of attempting to write in my journal, a little reading, a little sleeping, a little eating. But mostly, it was a lot of talking to Helen, and a lot of trying to ignore the woman having VERY loud phone conversations with multiple people throughout the last five or so hours.
Helen and I had much more interesting conversations. She was curious about my life and my studies and my opinions, but was more than happy to ...
... be on the 22nd floor and WOW, what a view! A picture perfect view of Logan Square with the Philadelphia Museum of Art (Rocky's steps) in the distance. It’s worth it to pay extra for the view. Please check out the pictures.
As for the hotel room – plenty big with a separate bedroom; kitchen with fridge, sink and microwave; and two flat-screen TVs (No fights over the remote control, yes!). We have a walk-out patio which the kids almost moved ...