Red Roof Inn Mount Laurel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our morning excursion with the tour group began with a visit to the Liberty Bell Center, where we were inspired to see this famous symbol of freedom. Ordered to commemorate the 50-year anniversary of William Penn's charter and cast in London, the bell arrived in Philadelphia in 1752 but cracked soon after. It was ...
Our first task was doing a marking shoot @ 1000 in the Doctor's office in a neighboring city. I was up, showered, fed and curbside for 0915 hailing a cab. I had written out the address on a slip of paper for the driver and he punched it into his TomTom or equivalent. We were off!
The very first thing he did was pull a U-turn on South Broad Street which is 6 lanes of morning rush hour traffic, it was a portent of things to come. This guy had ...
... I valiantly tried to remember this as he dropped me off in the middle of Chinatown, in front of a building that looked fairly run down from the outside.
Now, I don't consider myself a snob, but I paid more to stay here than I did for three nights in Pittsburgh, and I was kinda thinking that it would look a bit safer and have thicker walls. As it turns out, I struck out on both counts there. At least the room is clean and ...
... When we booked our flight, there was no direct flight to Barcelona, in fact there has never been a direct flight to Barcelona, but suddenly there is. There were two seats left in business class which were the same seats that we had on the Munich flight. So it was destiny. That cuts about 5 hours off of the trip. It is only 5 pm and it is already dark here and cold.
Well, off to Barcelona. Adios for now.
... have reserved them online a few days ago. Oh well. We went out and took some pictures of Independence Hall from the outside and looked at some of the historical displays (e.g., regarding the early reality that liberty was not really "for all", and that the country is still working on it. Surprisingly candid, I thought. We decided to wait in line to see the Liberty Bell (no tickets required for this). Although the line was long, it moved quite quickly. We were in within 20 minutes ...