Sheraton Bucks County Hotel
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- Conference facilities
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
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... his missus remains seated and stony faced. She must have forgot her knitting.
It was a great show, the new best yet.
I catch up with Brian who I met in Poughkeepsie and his mates Pat & David. We head off to a bar for a drink. Kevin stays behind arguing his democratic freedoms to go the stage and get his T-shirt signed. I tell him where we will be. He knows he is in Philadelphia and this is the city of Freedom and Liberty. Security disagree.
So 1 PESO equals 0,076 dollars?? Or which is the same: with one dollar I can buy a bag of chips, a small Coke, a bus ticket and two Halls. That's it! We are going to Mexico!... Just do no underestimate the exchange rate! You might end up spending more than you budgeted!
Ok, we know that we can do more things there than here, that doesn't mean you will be able to swipe ...
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She was also super kind and told me what time to call Jackie (so Jackie wouldn't show up super early and have to sit in the car for hours or pay for parking). She also could tell I was nervous about finding Jackie, so when the bus pulled into 30th Street Station – or, rather, on the street adjacent to it, which is where the busses stop – Helen showed me where the pick-up/drop-off section was, and I ...
Check! One more thing off of my to do list before I leave for Asia on Wednesday-- setting up a travel blog! Getting prepared for this trip has been crazy and after changing my plane ticket twice, I will finally start my travels in two days! Seems ...
... were heading home mixed with the Friday night crowd gearing up. I guess the congestion level of the environment caught them off guard, so while we headed to our next destination I attempted to explain the differences between Texas and east coast cities. I explained that New York will be even more crowded but crowds are not a bad thing, just keep focused on staying together and enjoying the urban environment where a lot of different people live and interact ...