Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... and inquired at the marina if they had a recommendation. Surprisingly, they had a recommendation and we called the mechanic. He arrived (overtime, of course) and was wonderful. We were not able to completely repair the air conditioner because we need a part that has to be ordered, but between Dennis and the mechanic, they came up with ...
The happiest creatures here were the birds and Stephen and I spent some time watching their breakfasting antics. Seafood was definitely on the menu! The seagulls-which are twice the size of Aussie seagulls- would get a clam from the ocean, fly up with it and then drop it from a height, before descending directly down like a parachute ...
Our first morning at the campsite finds us highly motivated (more on this later) to head out early to the nearby town of Woodstown for breakfast. The main street is festooned with Halloween-Themed Scarecrows. One announces that the Woodstown Diner has the best Pumpkin Pancakes. We decide to test this claim and are delighted by the ambience while Casey enjoys her massive and yummy pancake. Our daughter Kelsey and her husband Chris drive down from Philly ...
... get there.
We are at an RV park that advertises itself as being the closest to Philadelphia. We want to visit the historic down town - liberty bell, Betsy Ross house, constitution hall and others.
On a Philadelphia weather report today that year-to-date normal rainfall is 7.5 inches, but this year they have over 25 inches so far. The east has been hit hard by rain [and we have been east and it seems like a lot].
... stop we went to was the Signer's Walk. The Signer's Walk was the Founding Fathers Walk of Fame. These plaques commemorate the 56 members of the Continental Congress who risked there lives, reputations and fortunes by signing the Declaration of Independence in 1776 and 1777. The next stop was the Liberty Bell. The liberty bell is the quintessential icon of American freedom. When the Liberty bell cracked the 2nd time the bell hasn't rung ever since. The next stop ...