Wellesley Inn & Suites Carneys Point
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Yesterday was a REALLY busy day. We have been going strong for a while. Today it's time to do some cleaning. Laundry, sweep and scrub floors, color my hair, etc. I also get to do lots of blogging since we haven't had wifi for a while once again. No photos, just ...
... SO hard. It was brilliant. Very inspirational for lots of our students. AND ME! I need to get back into community theater!
Our ride back to the hotel was full of laughter, and luckily the kids had about 30 minutes to swim off some energy in the pool before we all hit the hay for our last night away from home. What a day.....
Until next time, we'll be driftin'
Love, hugs and girly kisses,
the flyin dandelion, and all my mini delightful dandelions
... to the rental offices. We complied with that, found the offices and completed the paperwork. We decided to walk back to our hotel, since it was only a mile or so. After we got back to our room I emptied my pockets and lo and behold what was in my pocket, but the car keys. They were closed by the time we got back, so tomorrow we will be visiting the Amtrak Terminal again!
Tomorrow we start visiting ...
... being demolished and subsequently collapsed on a nearby Salvation Army thrift store, resulting in six people losing their lives. Watching local TV, from the mayor's office, to the contractor, to local union members, to attorneys representing the stoned crane operator, it appears there's a lot of scurrying around looking for CYA certificates. Hmmm! More will be revealed.
On a lighter note, when we ...
... for being so close to the city. We spent a good 3 hours walking around having a look at the playful river otters, giraffe, horny Galapagos Island tortoises, snakes and bats. They had quite a few different animal species, but the big cats were pretty lazy. The best one was probably the Asian Brown Bear which was stalking around the enclosure.
Philadelphia is one of the oldest cities in the United States, but also one of the most dangerous cities I’ve been to. I ...