HYATT house Mt. Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... my favourite local Cafe (Café Mogador) – we got there a little early so we walked around Tompkins Square Park and then past my first apartment in 172 East 7th.
The breakfast at Café Mogador was excellent and Spencer was very excited to have pancakes (and a little fruit) for the first time on the trip. We then walked toward Soho, passed my 2nd apartment (21 East 2nd st) and then into Soho proper. ...
... a giant warehouse full of trampolines) was all booked for the afternoon so we had to settle for go-karts, lazer tag, bumper cars and video games. Lazer tag vs. 10 year-olds is very fun since you're way better than them. That little adventure to suburbia ended my trip to Philly and this is where I transition my trip from Amtrak since my rail pass has now expired. Next stop Boston.
Spent in Philadelphia: $350
Total Spent On Trip: $3350
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... Phillies fans (no San Diego fans to speak of...their home runs were met with deathly silence), and all the smells that fast food stalls and a crowd of several thousand sweaty fans will make. ( My guess is that the temperature was still around the 30 degree celsius mark and very, very humid). We had been told that we must try 'crab fries' while at the game - basically fries coated in a seasoning that is usually used on seafood. So ...
... of Independence occurred here on the 4th July 1776 and the Constitution of the United States was adopted and signed in September 1787, making it the oldest written constitution in the world.
Congress Hall, next door, was constructed in 1787. In this building sat the first Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America. The Bill of Rights was ratified when Congress met here. It was also here that ...