Sheraton Valley Forge Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was illegal but not standing off on the side of a grassy hill. I also read the comments of experienced hitchers and most agreed that Philadelphia was one of the toughest to hitch out of. Some suggested taking the "Juice train" (Tropicana freight trains) going down South others said to hop a bus. I say I will give it one last go before I do ride a bus up out of here. I have a plan.
There is a concrete ...
... two or many menus collectively producing the meals available diverse and comfortable for absolutely everyone present. Make the meal additional original with an ethnic dessert or classic drinks.
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... in a bush before being allowed into the stadium. Jared doubted that we'd done as he'd asked and asked me if I'd hidden the case in my underwear. I hadn't but wished that I had. He'd also not allowed handbags and we saw a few handbags abandoned in a bin outside the entrance.
After the game, Tom Watkins, my mate, and I went out for a late night pastry and we encountered ...
... I had expected the New Jersey part of the trip to be the most testing and least pleasing section of The Lincoln, and I can tell you with 3300 miles to go, it lived up to expectations and I'm glad it is behind me! Industrial sprawl, urban decay, mile after mile of depressing empty lots, power plants and not much else. I was following Highway 1/9 looking for State Route 27 after Elizabeth, NJ. Every road sign seemed to want to suck you onto the horrendous New ...
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I met their friends, we explored the giant King of Prussia mall (PS who names a suburb “King of Prussia“??), tried many different microbrews (Pennsylvania is GREAT at beer), visited the Farmer’s Cabinet (where “barrels are first come, first served”), went to church, lied to Joe about taking nanna naps (“we went for a run!”), discovered an old covered ...