Staybridge Suites Philadelphia - Mt Laurel
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We were up stunningly early, 6:45 to get a head start on the border crossing. Kacey our tour director said that they left at 7 once and ended up lined up behind 5 other coaches waiting to cross the border and it took hours because they didn't have their paperwork in order. We were the first ones there this morning and although we had to wait 15 minutes for someone to come to the bus to start the process we were off and on the bus in pretty good time. From there ...
... to with others we've had over the years). Again, though, maybe this is the real thing and what we've had elsewhere weren't the real deal. The steak was sliced very thinly and was very tender and tasty. We then hit the road for The Big Apple. We had a few false starts getting on the right roads over to the New Jersey Turnpike but eventually got there and made our way north. We encountered some rain and slow traffic in frequent construction zones (it seemed they were ...
... for only a moment and decided that if we come to Philly again, we can do a historic tour. This time, since I can only do one, we can satisfy the movie buff in me and take a jog up the stairs of the museum where Rocky Balboa ended all those workouts and say "hello" to his likeness while we are there.
So we went to the corner of S 17th Street and Locust and followed Locust east until we hit The Avenue of the Arts or S Broad Street. We ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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