- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... been to the museum, I went for a walk with him. We then drove through the old part of the city. It was getting on so we headed for our hotel which is out near the airport.
We have stayed in many Comfort and other Choice brand hotels on our trip. This hotel advertises that it has a laundry - not so. The staff at check in were very unfriendly and the hotel is in need of a major shake up. Our room looks like it has not been vacuumed for some time. We ...
... is a fixed dock it is not at all what we have at home. So there are pilings like ferry dock. This lovely dock person gave me instructions to make a slip knot and lasso the lines around the pilings so miss Heather first mate first thought what the H is a piling then yes I know what they are now what...I was very proud of my self I did as he instructed quickly and efficiently made the lasso and wallah we were hooked on perhaps a lucky throw ;-). ...
Clothesline: That's what racks in the bathroom are for. No for me.
Alarm clock. I'll use the one on my phone.
Swimsuit: He does not suggest this, but our hotel in Limerick has a sweet hot tub, sauna and steam room, so one is needed.
I also have 2 light dresses and 3 skirts. Excessive? I don't think so.
Next time I post I will be in Limerick!
21 July 2013 Our last stop before heading home again: Philadelphia. Our flight leaves LAX at 8.30am so we get up early morning and leave the hotel at 6am to get there in time. It's Sunday morning so luckily no traffic which made it a smooth ride. The flight was full but went great. The hotel (Hyatt Regency at Penn's Landing) is also very nice. A room on the 21st floor with view on the Delaware River, dividing the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and the Franklin bridge ...
... have reserved them online a few days ago. Oh well. We went out and took some pictures of Independence Hall from the outside and looked at some of the historical displays (e.g., regarding the early reality that liberty was not really "for all", and that the country is still working on it. Surprisingly candid, I thought. We decided to wait in line to see the Liberty Bell (no tickets required for this). Although the line was long, it moved quite quickly. We were in within 20 minutes ...