HYATT house Mt. Laurel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and signing of The Declaration of Independence and later the drafting of the U.S. Constitution. The six of us from Orlando had recently watched the musical "1776" together and so could easily imagine the founding fathers arguing their points in this room while John Hancock swatted flies! Click on the photo of Ranger Joanna showing the chair back detail for information about the ...
... road again, even though it was obvious that there was a left turn option.
As he was about to go on the circular road for a third time I spoke up, he checked his GPS and made a sudden left turn in the middle of the intersection that made a pedestrian literally have to jump out of the way to save his own life. I asked the cabbie if he saw that guy and got the same blank stare.
Eventually, after driving through some neighborhood ...
... Philly is my cup of tea. I'll see how it goes when I venture out in the morning.
Lesson of the Day: I now know how to hail a taxi, but I should beware of taxi wars. They are totally a thing that happens.
That's all folks! I'll post again tomorrow.
By the way, I didn't feel like labeling my pictures with pithy titles, so I labeled all of them Scenic Photo with a number. Enjoy.
... response system has just been published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. With the work in this area at the forefront of the team's minds it's a great time to visit and hopefully I will learn a lot. I had met with one of the people who had been instrumental in the implementation of the Rapid Response Team here, it was so helpful and we chatted for ...
... 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 ...