Hyatt Place Mt. Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Today we caught the Amtrak train from Penn Station, New York to 30th Street Station, Philadelphia. Multiple trains a day pass through this route and ours was scheduled to leave at 12:35pm. When we arrived at the station the departures board was showing our train was delayed 25 minutes. Unlike the airports and tourist attractions, there were no security checks ...
... hair from last night’s pool escapades... I managed to be downstairs on time but had to eat a bagel thing in the bus on the way into the city. While we drove in, we discussed different associations the kids had with Philadelphia. A few kids knew that it was the birth place of America. Several had heard it was the city of brotherly love, but we didn’t have much other information. I asked the kids if they remembered Fresh Prince of BelAir, a TV show from my ...
... time for them to get it. After we got inside I noticed that it had no gas in it. The gauge was on empty and the fuel light was on. I told the guy about this and he said we should get some fuel before we left Manhattan. Very helpful! We headed to the hotel and picked up our luggage. We programmed Tom to get us to a gas station. We kept hitting construction and detours and I was sure we would run out before we got to ...
... so maybe that is why we can't relate. Surely though there is a way of being proud of a significant event in the history of your country without unnecessarily deifying those involved???? Tonight we go to the City Tavern, a reconstruction of the inn frequented by Washington, Jefferson etc. The menu is supposed to be based on colonial recipes, but it is really suspect. Somehow, I don't think Caesar salad was that popular in the ...
In addition to being the day before we leave for China, it was also the day that we chose to celebrate Elizabeth's 8th Birthday! Happy Birthday to Mommy and Daddy's Angel, whom we love heart and soul.
The day's activities included playing wiffle ball, hide and seek, Apples to Apples Junior (which Elizabeth won), dinner at Chili's (with a special Happy Birthday Song), followed by a cake and cards at Nonna's. Ironically, we ...