TownePlace Suites Mt. Laurel
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... called Time. Great music and good company, we ended up there until closing which was 2am. That's the latest I've been out in a long time and I think it's been nearly a year since I've been out to a bar. Karla walked me back to the hotel, which was good because I would have had trouble finding my way back. I got back around 2:30 and managed not to wake Antoinette getting ready for bed. All up it was a wonderful evening and I'll have to get back there again ...
This morning we got up and left the hostel at around half nine, and headed straight to Reading Terminal Market for breakfast. We'd read on the internet last night that the Amish Bakery would be open this morning and we were NOT missing the chance to eat their famous 'home cooking'. They aren't there every day, so we were quite pleased with this. We had a leisurely walk down and quickly located Beiler's Bakery, where I bought an apple cider donut and Laura got a big ...
... word: JUSTICE. A few steps in we walked beneath the blindfolded face of the Blind Justice Keystone. Then to the left was the gated off "hidden" staircase. After a couple more keystones of a lion and serpents and an owl, and a couple small statues, we entered into the courtyard where we could see the west, east, and north exits into the city.
The courtyard was a peaceful place of good size with trees in either corner and benches that visitors ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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