Residence Inn Mt. Laurel at Bishop's Gate
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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... cracked again in 1846, never to be rung again. It weighs about 2000 pounds. It is housed in a very attractive building in Independence National Historical Park. The pavilion includes many historical documents and graphic images relating the bell's history and world-wide reputation. The bell itself stands in front of a large glass window with Independence Hall in the background. ...
... full on and full off; when accelerating, even to move 10 feet he floored it. Naturally when stopping from such a state required a lot of braking, and so it went as we followed the GPS cursor, alternately ******* the gas then ******* the brake.
Of course I was car sick in about 2 minutes. Most people don't know this about me, but I have a pretty weak stomach for a lot of things, it drives my wife crazy, I can't even take out the ...
... but honestly, I am already missing Pittsburgh. I was so spoiled there.
By the time I got checked in and settled into my room, it was almost 4:30, and I decided that it probably wasn't the best idea to be wandering around Philly so close to nightfall. So I hunkered down in my room, posted the backlog of blog entries I had stored up, and ordered in Chinese food.
By the way, it was probably the best Chinese food I have ever had. ...
This is the 1st cruise I have done. Most of the traveling I have done was by plane or car, so this should be interesting. It's Wednesday and I have not even began to pack yet, but I do have an idea of what I want to pack. I have searched on cruise forums to get an idea of what to expect, but that won't matter until I board the ship. I just hope I enjoy and will want to go on another cruise in the ...
... It's interesting (but not surprising) that they have all the security that there is for airline travel (except for taking off one's shoes, but I did have to take off my belt). It was neat to see the Liberty Bell up close without any barriers and to be able to take pictures of it with us (and of it with Independence Hall in the background). We then left downtown Philadelphia in search of Tony Luke's, purported to be an authentic source of Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. By ...