Residence Inn Mt. Olive at International Trade Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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It was almost 9 months since we were last in the states and we were really looking forward to our trip.
- Accomodations courtesy Casa George and Maggie. They even threw a BBQ for us and some friends.
- Met our new renters and they are a breath of fresh air after the first ones. From the bumper stickers on their car we determined ...
... give you a chance to listen to such call immediately on your standard mobile phone. In case your girlfriend will send an outgoing SMS message from her (target) mobile phone or she will receive a SMS message then you will receive a copy of this message on your mobile phone immediately. This target phone will give you a chance to listen to all sounds in its the surrounding area even in case the phone is switched off. Therefore you can hear very ...
... negativity. Surely not us.
The biggest complaints from the groups were:
- The Solarium parties - the space just didn't seem to work for anyone
- The food - OMG did they ***** about the food
- The drug busts and "Alpha, Alpha, Alpha" calls
- The entertainment - that they had never heard of
- The party themes were too vague to set a clear costume ...
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We were up around 5:30 AM and had breakfast a bit later and were on our way by 7 AM. Our destination was Richard’s and Patty’s house in Pittsburgh. Again, clouds helped keep the sun out of our eyes and we were thankful for the car’s air conditioner. Outside temps were constantly above 93 degrees. We got to Rich’s just before 5:00 PM and did a little yard work ...
... last home game this season. I think I was the only one in the entire place wearing a tie. Best dressed in the church I was, with the possible exception of the priest. In the afternoon we accepted an invitation to celebrate Christmas with my oldest sister's husband's extended family, consisting mostly of gregarious Italians whose names I successfully forget with each new meeting. I draw fair consolation that most of them forget my name too. The day ...