Red Roof Inn Mount Laurel
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Travel Blogs from Mount Laurel
... Victorian Garden, the City Tavern, the Ben Franklin Museum, Christ Church, the Betsy Ross house and the Christ Church cemetery, where old Ben Franklin is buried. In fact, a dozen of the signers of the Declaration of Independence are buried there. That was a long day. We trudged back to our hotel for a nap
before heading out to dinner.
Today, we went to the Fireman's Hall ...
... queueing for), saw a pretty interesting exhibit on slavery at the foundations of George Washington's town house, and whiled away a surprisingly long time in the constitution museum - which is worth a visit, by the way.
In the afternoon we headed to the oldest residential street in the city/country (1702 AD - bless 'em), which is quite cute and quaint, and then to the Delaware river to gaze across at New Jersey: state number 12. My host was celebrating ...
... influenced. There were heaps of delicatessen's, butcher's, fruit markets, and restaurants.
Once we found "Geno's" (this was THE place to buy cheese steaks), we ordered a cheese steak each. Oh my it was worth it. All it basically is a bunch of melted cheese on top of thinly cut steak in a baguette, but it is magical. It was so good I ate it all (and it was pretty big).
After we finished, we walked back to our hotel, making sure to stop at a few delicatessens ...
... Philadelphia hosted a formal Career Day for their students, and NCCC had been invited to attend. Being that this CAP event was set up by our regional coordinator (another corps member who helps organizing CAPing events so teams close to each other don’t hit the same organization multiple times), we had no idea what we were walking into. Speech? Presentation? Tabling? The five of us ended up split into 3 groups who would travel with other business reps to various ...
... came out, and it was warm and muggy for the rest of the day – it was nice to get some real sun for the first time since we were in Indiana. Heather’s GPS got us to our Holiday Inn pretty easily (same as it did for us in Chicago) – I had no idea how handy those things are. I just thought that they were good for making feeble attempts at tracking sex offenders!
We checked in to the hotel by 3:00 PM, and we headed ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed