Holiday Inn Express Mt. Holly-Exit 5 NJ Tnpk
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After a good sleep we packed our stuff up and left it in the living room. Our train to Washington was at 4.30pm so we had a few hours before we needed to leave. We had decided to go and have the salad again from the market, so we headed over there and it was just as yummy as yesterday. Then we walked and sat by the 'LOVE' sign near the fountain where there ...
This weekend brought GSNENY on a whirlwind tour of Philadelphia. The girls walked around the city on Saturday, slept over at the zoo, and then made sure to run up the steps at the Museum of Art - Rocky-style. Here are the girls' stories:
Kiersten - I liked seeing the awesome animals, but mostly the cheetahs. I also liked the gift shop :)
Kaitlin - It was a very happy experience for me! I think my ...
... these things last time we were here, but as with many things, we are finding that the 'vibe' is very different with security checks and so forth the 'norm' now. I have to confess I still don't understand the full significance of the bell, but I think it was rung to call together meetings of the very first Congress, and rung in times of victory. Throughout the years there were also protest sleep-ins held under it, and it was also ...
... app while we were cruising up the turnpike. Pretty cool. As we approached New York City, the traffic got REALLY slow during the approach to the Lincoln Tunnel (I wouldn't be surprised if it's always this way), but we eventually made it through (with some interesting "education" regarding the aggressiveness of big city drivers and stubbornness of tour bus drivers). No mishaps or road rage (at least on my part; I hope the hick from Washington didn't CAUSE too much road rage by ...