Howard Johnson Express Inn - Mount Holly
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"You can't get there from here" is a Maine phrase. I think it's a reference to the remoteness of the state. (They only recently started getting a train service to Boston) but also those words highlight the Maine accent. 'There' is pronounce "They-aaaa" etc. I first heard this saying when I was busily preparing for my trip by making essential rap playlists for all ...
... movies from the Patel Video shop. As I am very fond of
sweets, I even don’t forget to buy sweets from Bengali Sweet House on my way to
home. If you are fond of chats you may also get it from here. Chowpatty,
Satkar, Shalimar are other well-known snack places of the area.
Little India is really a very excitement trip for those who
live in New York or its suburb. It is just a day trip full of joy and
We enjoyed a lunch break at the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store in Mt. Holly New Jersey. This restaurant chain is one of our favourite US places to eat. Not only do they have excellent home cooked meals, but the atmosphere is quaint and charming. Attached to the restaurant is a country store which sells all sorts of decorations for the upcoming season. The entire decor today was Easter and spring themed indoor/outdoor decorations. They also ...
... camping gear, coolers, schoolbooks, sports stuff, electronics… loosely fits into our minivan without piling higher than the rear seats. We have not run out of clothing or anything else that was not easily obtainable, and it is easy to get at most anything. The lack of a trailer and roof rack saves gas and $$. As we have driven over 10k miles, the savings of fuel burned is significant.
... of interesting stores, restaurants, cafes. There are the cheesesteak joints, your typical Irish bars, tattoo parlors, some music venues (Fear Factory playing the next night), Mexican, Indian, sushi restaurants. I saw an "anarchist bookstore" but didn't walk in. This type of scene continued for some distance, and more and more people were strolling out, patronizing these establishments. I headed as far as I could until I reach Front Street and the waterfront. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking