Rodeway Inn Springfield
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... music was blasting, dozens of people were sitting around the bonfire drinking and cavorting – some jawing in Australian accents. Hum, shivers down the spine!
This scene played out both Friday and Saturday nights. Thankfully, upon our return Sunday night the marauders had departed. We enjoyed a peaceful night preparing for our next destination – Jim’s brother Mark near Milton, Delaware.
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... Knackered we decided our only choice was to take a bus an hour out to a hostel and hope they had space. Arrived at this huge period mansion where the hostel was greeted by some guys who were gobsmacked we had ridden all that way and still smiling. Fortunately they had space and even provided us with some free instant noodles (backpacker dream) and we slept like logs in the loft space on air bed like ...
... wasn't actually a dilemma because Skype is so awesome. we connected Scott and my accounts up. Afterwards, we gave it a few test runs and Scott even talked to his cousin in Italy. I mostly wanted to take this opportunity to share our usernames. Please add us if we are not in your contacts already: danielle.daitch & scottytrack
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... of Independence hall, where the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were adopted. The building, originally called Pennsylvania State House is a Georgia style building completed in 1732. It was also the original home if the Liberty Bell. The tour here walked us through the courtroom and the meeting room. Next was Congress hall, a Georgian structure, constructed ...
... overpass over the turnpike through all of north New Jersey). But, otherwise, an uneventful trip. On our way through New Jersey, we used Hotel Tonight to find lodging in New York City. As is well documented, bunking in New York City is not cheap (!), but we found a place that sounded nice and was not (totally) over the top, price-wise. It turned out to be the last (or only) room this hotel had available through Hotel Tonight. Ruth booked it online from my iPhone using the ...