The Westin Mount Laurel
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So I got possessed by this idea of going on a mammoth bicycle ride from ramsey (north east of NYC) to Philadelphia. A length of 107 miles, doesn't sound too bad I thought. Downloaded a GPS app which spoke directions in our ear through headphones. Worked great but crashed and lost route data constantly. So got up at 6 and after way too much faffing, ed and I finally hit the road on nick and Emma's big ...
... We had such a warm welcome. They were both very friendly and gave us maps and lots of advice on things to do whilst in Philadelphia. They even left us some rolos in the room! The room was lovely, just a good size and had plenty hanging space, as we needed to do our washing later in the day.
... start off with - delicious glazed ribs with corn bread and candied yam! Wow! Next off was a delicious chicken jumbo - quite spicy - and an amazing donut-type thing. While we ate a really good cover bad played recent radio hits, like Adele's Rolling in the Deep, Ke$ha's Tik Tok and other older soul numbers. A crazy guy, drenched in sweat, danced along to every song, feeling every emotion of the lyrics. Eventually security guards dragged ...
... class, but I guess that I didn't run quite quickly to the canoe because I'm dead! Poor girl! Finally, we finished our day with a dinner in New Jersey at the restaurants Ponzio's with friends of my host family. The food was so good, trust me! And their friends were really kind and cheerful. It's not nice to say, but I noticed that Americans loves to talk to themselves. They are so patriotic!
An advice for you: if you visit Philadelphia in car, be ...