TownePlace Suites Mt. Laurel
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... it was attended by a number of leaders of the Revolution, including George Washington and Ben Franklin. It is quite beautiful inside and, with its box pews, reminded John and I of Bruton Parish Church in Colonial Williamsburg.
Later we boarded the ...
... where you can enter a tip, but it does add a 2 buck fuel surcharge to every trip. Although I did have a few bucks on me, I did not tip the driver, and explained that I was sick and felt my safety was in danger numerous times. His reply; blank stare.
The surgeon had told us to be there by 1000 for an 1100 shoot, but we ended up starting late, although it only took about 30 minutes. I grabbed the memory cards and called a cab for the return ...
... started popping up along the road side. Driving through the main town, I definitely felt the history and how small the city is. Coming from NYC, it was odd to be somewhere where the sky wasn't constantly scraped with buildings and millions of tourists weren't roaming the streets with maps. I arrived at the hostel and immediately fell in love. Not only was it called apple hostels, it had very bright coloured walls and a great common area with free table football and bean bags. ...
... around yesterday. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 17 Number of States visited; 7 Number of hospitals visited; 8 Days spent at conference; 5 Number of journeys via aeroplane; 9 (10 322 mileage miles) Number of train journeys; 2 (117 miles-as the crow flies) Number of bus journeys; 33 Maximum temperature; 32 degrees Minimum temperature; -12 ...
... app while we were cruising up the turnpike. Pretty cool. As we approached New York City, the traffic got REALLY slow during the approach to the Lincoln Tunnel (I wouldn't be surprised if it's always this way), but we eventually made it through (with some interesting "education" regarding the aggressiveness of big city drivers and stubbornness of tour bus drivers). No mishaps or road rage (at least on my part; I hope the hick from Washington didn't CAUSE too much road rage by ...