Knights Inn Mount Laurel
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... Unfortunately we could not go in to see it because it has been closed due to funding. It is saddening to know that such an important building in our countries history cannot remain open.
As we walked to our next stop we went along something called the Signers Walk. In the sidewalk a plaque has been laid for every signer in The Declaration of Independence. One signer we stopped to talk about was Richard Henry Lee, he was the first man to ...
Today was a short one program wise. After breakfast, we had a presentation on the architectural history of Philadelphia. The lecturer Kenneth Hinde used a slide show to take us from its beginnings as a planned Quaker community, through the American and Industrial Revolution, into the modern metropolis that it is. He was an expert in all things Philly ...
... even if you're used to a certain layout or interface. You may find another phone is more functional than what you're used to using.
Don't allow your phone to die completely. These batteries want to be recharged frequently. Unfortunately, if you wait until it gets dead before recharging it, the battery will be less likely to hold a charge in the future. Thus, see if you can charge the battery much earlier in the ...
... Heading back to Bensalem, we found ourselves once again in peak hour traffic, but my husband is such a pro at this 'driving on the wrong side' stuff, that he handled it admirably.
Back to Patti's for dinner - prawns, (or as she called them 'shrimp') my favourite - then we said our goodbyes and headed back to our rooms for a much needed early night. Thank you Patti for being such a gracious host, it has been so special to see you again.
... you care about Britsh history/politics). I'd been to Berlin before, but it was one afternoon of getting sort of lost. I'd had a great tour of Prague, but it was only from just after breakfast to mid afternoon. I'd been to Budapest, and spent more time there than anywhere else on any of my trips, but I loved it so much I couldn't not go back.
Scotland. Wales. England. Hungary. Czech Republic. Germany. Netherlands. ...