SpringHill Suites Philadelphia Valley Forge/King of Prussia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and a great way to start our historical weekend. More to come when I have some time.
... Going To need socket wrench set to envelop the complete gambit of dimensions of nuts you'll run into.What tools will you be using and how much power might be required to operate them? Some tools, like nail guns, don't need high volume compressor. Other people, including drills or sanders do want high volume simply because they need steady air flow.
Set a spending budget for your purchase. The cost for these machines varies substantially ...
... themselves and thus write songs about it. No big thing. What's happening recently however is places I'm visiting are being name checked in songs too. Today on the bus we stopped at a town in Delaware. Please step forward City and Colour with "Hello, I'm in Delaware", which in City & Colour style doesn't have the song title in the lyrics, but is about the road ("I will see you again, a long time from now..."). Then today there's also The Streets of ...
... of Scott's parents (Thank you Mr. & Mrs. B!). I am sure we will turn to them for more boating guidance.
There's still more to be done but for our first night we could not be happier. We can't wait to have all our family and friends ...
... I thought Elizabeth/Seaport to be the same as Elizabeth but of course it wasn't ! This turned out to be a massive container port, going on for mile after mile, with not a direction sign to be had and 18 wheel monster trucks outnumbering stupid motorists in cars like me by at least 20 to 1. 1/9 was so grim that eventually I got worn down and gave up on 27. Forgive me Abe! I found myself on the NJ Turnpike. Surely this is Chris Rea's 'Road to Hell'? It makes the ...