Hilton Garden Inn Mount Holly / Westampton
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
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... doctrinal differences separating one from another are about equivalent in force today to those between, say, Presbyterians and Lutherans.
And that is exactly the point. For many people, schismatic differences about food have taken the place of schismatic differences about faith. Again, the curiosity is just how recent this is. Throughout history, practically no one devoted this much time to matters of food as ideas (as opposed to, say, time spent gathering ...
... Stevens, Richard Fortus, Dizzy Reed, Marco Mendoza, and Brian Tichy. It's amazing who you can meet when touring, whether intentional or not.
Oh what a beautiful morning! At 6:45 AM when we awake the sun is shining and the temperature is 51 degrees, warmer than it's been at that hour in months. Spring is finally here and the garden is coming to life; there are hyacinths around the oak tree, a few flowers have appeared on the Japanese quince, the first Magic Carpet double early tulips in the whiskey barrel by the garage door have opened, there is a respectable showing of daffodils along the creek ...
... the second of 4 hours. The first tour was in and around old Philadelphia and the second, Real Philadelphia, was an introduction to the neighbourhoods of the city, its food and murals. Both were run by Free Tours by Foot a company that is tip based and we are fond of, we used them in New Orleans and in Washington, Georgetown tour.
We ate another good dinner at Farrmaicia then we were off to prepare to fly to Boston tomorrow.
... to my slightly OCD sensibilities, a bear and a longhorn. Why couldn't they put a pair of animals in the last corner?! Grr!
We had our photos taken with the Rocky statue, and then Laura 'ran' up the steps. In fact, she walked up the steps with great big swinging motions of her legs, so that on the photos I was taking, it would look like she was running. She wasn't fooling anyone! There were loads of people actually running up it though, and half of ...