Howard Johnson Express Inn - Mount Holly
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... agents ;) Will update as more info becomes available. I need that WE ARE, PENN STATE Attitude!!!
6.50 pm - Sadly Penn State lost by 1 point and we wound up waiting ALL day to get re-booked on the same flight. Hopefully the windscreen is fixed and the epoxy is dry with ...
We went to Philadelphia today. It rained. We were met by a man in a pilgrim suit who took us on a tour of the city in the coach, and it rained. We went to see Independence Hall, and it rained. We went to view the Liberty Bell- it has a crack in it, and it rained. It rained so much Pilgrim Man took us to a Portrait Gallery to shelter from the rain. Then we went to the hotel and now it's not ...
... few pictures of it and then ended up touring a few of the other parts of the building since I couldn't see the main hall.
They did have some fairly interesting exhibits about Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence. I even sat down with some kids and traced part of the Declaration. We made the discovery that none of us had handwriting anywhere near as good as Jefferson did. In fact, some of those kids had better handwriting than I did. It was ...
... together to raise money for the local school by buying tickets for a beef & beer night. I met some of her friends who had recently been to London and were amused at how small English eggs were. It's funny what sticks in people's minds. The lady I was staying with knew so much history about her local area everyday was like a history lesson! They all know so much about their cities. We joked that she should become a tour Gide when she retires. She got me to try ...
... from all when it starts up (well it is 80 degrees at 9am) ! We leave on time and as soon as we pass through the NJ turnpike I feel l have properly left NY. Marshland, power stations and construction plants give way in an hour or so to lush green farmland and the odd Dutch style farmhouse in a landscape where John Deere rules. Water towers here punctuate the view like upturned white ...