Residence Inn Cherry Hill Philadelphia
Travel Blogs from Cherry Hill
... tired from the last night’s festivities. Joy picks me up from the station and after Joe comes home we head out to Media, where there’s ‘dining under the stars’ tonight. State street is blocked off to traffic and the restaurants lining the road have dragged their chairs and tables into the middle of the road. There are people everywhere eating in the open air.
After an awkward run in with a street magician, we head off. Knowing ...
... first half (solo, from Switzerland to Hawaii):
Once I'd figured out a few places I wanted to go, I printed out a world map and a calendar, then mapped out a tentative route based on how long I wanted to spend in each place. Next, I contacted the programs I wanted to participate in (WWOOFing in Greece, the tour of NZ, working in Hawaii), to see if they had space and to nail down dates. Once I'd been accepted and ...
... be off) and your ID (which you need to show to get in). We had to stash our backpacks and fannie packs in a locker at the National Museum of American History ahead of time.
We stayed in line the whole time because we wanted to go in. You can't go to DC without seeing the White House, right? I thought it was interesting. The rooms were very pretty, and it was neat to see all the historic rooms, furniture, and paintings.
After that ...
... team made it through the 9 drinking events and won gold! Team Espana won the Beer Olympics! An upset of epic proportions over the favorite and defending champions, Team Switzerland.
Lew also enjoyed catching up family, hanging out with cousins and friends. It was really cool meeting up with Matthius whom Lew hadn’t seen in 8 years or so.
Liz split time between her parents’ house in Hopewell and her sister’s house ...
... overflow clothes in there.
Between the four of us we have way too much electronic gear -- three iPods, a blackberry, an iPhone, two cameras. I'm hoping nobody thinks of also adding the laptop, Ninendo DS or portable DVD player. So much for less is more.
The clematis vine at the front of the house taken today, June 19. One defiant flower remains where there used to be many.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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