Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s lens its difficult to discern why it was ever famous.
Being a fan of the TV series Boardwalk Empire, which is set in AC during the prohibition era, as well as The Sopranos and other mobster based productions I was expecting guns, gals and gambling.....maybe even a Tommy Gun!
Instead we walked into a virtual ghost town, in fact the day before our arrival Donald Trump had officially closed the doors on his Taj Mahal casino. The boardwalk is ...
Today was anything BUT typical. Little did I know that this arena has been the home of the Miss America pageant for many years. It was an arena, though it seemed to take longer than most arenas to set up. I ended up waiting until nearly 2PM before even starting on our first LED screen.
As we knew it was going to be a long wait, I decided to go outside to the Boardwalk and look around. ...
The past few nights have been emotional ones. Jessie and I have tried to fight off many tears saying all those goodbyes to all the ones we love here in Philadelphia and New Jersey. The tying tight of loose ends surely came down to the wire as many of things in my life do. It was tough saying 'see ya later' to the k9 companions that made the beat around the city with me almost every day for a year, knowing that I can't catch up with them or try to skype ...
... Benjamin Franklin. The next stop was the Second Bank of the United States. The Second Bank of the United States was founded in 1816. The next stop was Carpenter's Hall. The birthplace of the American identity. Carpenter's Hall is a two story brick building in the old city neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The next stop was the New Hall Military Museum. Interpreting the role of the military in early U.S history. The First bank of the United States opened ...
... intact until World War II. After we walked around the temple, Spiro continued our tour looking out over the island. The view was breathtaking. We started our decent down the mountain, where we made a few pit stops. He took us by several ancient houses, which only have the foundation left. We also came across a little church that is built inside a tree. By the time we got back to the hotel, it was about 11. Philippa, Angie, Jake, and I had lunch at the hotel. Toast (aka, grilled ...