Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham West Chester
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Inn on at 8.45pm. The signage was very bad and we only then found it by shear luck. We had been walking for nearly 2 hours and had walked 11kms by my FitBit Pedometer's reading. We spoke to the Concierge who told us that the Vennings had left the building at 7.30pm. We must have just missed when we first arrived on 48th St. What absolutely bad luck. I was very upset that we didn't get to see them. We then went for dinner ...
... had seemed so relevant to me, especially during the last election. Is that why our campaigns are so biased and off-track? Instead of focusing on the issues, we feel the need to get to know the nominees as people; who they are in their private lives. Why is it so important for me to like the president as a person instead of liking him because of what he does for the ...
... our hill, and he was sooo much chubbier, and looked like he needed to lay down because he was hot. I wasn’t sad but there were tears coming down my cheeks and I never in my life had cried of joy. When we got into the house I saw the new kitchen and it looked awful compared to the other one. The reason why my mom got it re-done is because she wanted to have more space to cook, but she barley created any more ...
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