TownePlace Suites Mt. Laurel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... about 10 blocks to my hostel and was greeted by an awesome guy with a beard and loads of tattoos. I went up to my room, online it said it was 16 bed, the biggest I was due to stay at to date, I wandered around and found my bed. 16 beds?! It was 16 BUNKBEDS, that's a whole lot of females in one space. I then proceeded to make a huge mess and go out for dinner to have one of the famous Philly cheese steaks, it was beautiful. Although the waiter did try and chat my ...
Well, the good thing is our Charlotte to Philadelphia flight arrived 30 min earlier, so now we have some extra time to sit around a bunch of old people, who are going to Aruba (apparently this is the place to go). Just hoping to make our change in Doha in time, since their airport is supposed to be ...
... like a lifetime in a week! It makes me realise that it's important what questions we ask and how one can communicate a sense of ones own life. Well that's what it feels like right now... I will finish now because there is a ghost tour going on in half hour - it includes the building used in the ghostbusters movie (this city is great for remembering the 1980's movies). Take care, love ally x PS. Message for my mum - I did me washing! ...
We arrived on Sunday in Philadelphia and were collected by the lovely Tina, who took us out for our first Cheese Steak. Yesterday we were introduced to the American Breakfast Diner, where we tackled the pancake stack (and failed miserably!). In the evening ...
... the city was named the nation's capital, a role it filled from 1790 until 1800, when Washington D.C. took over. We took an independence tour of the old buildings and saw the Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell is right in the center of Philadelphia inside of a pavilion near Independence Hall and is well known because of its large crack.
Being in Philadelphia was also a ...