Hilton Garden Inn Mount Holly / Westampton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> The mindless shift
When Friedrich Nietzsche wrote longingly of the “transvaluation of all values,” he meant the hoped-for restoration of sexuality to its proper place as a celebrated, morally neutral life force. He could not possibly have foreseen our world: one in which sex would indeed become “morally neutral” in the eyes of a great many people — even as food would come to replace it as source of moral ...
... music. It was relaxing but very hot so we sat in the shade most of the time. After we had passed a couple of hours, we went back to the apartment, got our stuff and got a taxi back to the train station! It had been a lovely stay at Becky & Oscar's! But it was time to visit the capital!! Our Amtrak train left on time and was very comfortable. Off we went to Washington DC!
... the zoo!
Amy - My favorite part was the zoo and my favorite part of the zoo was the animals!
Lilly - This was an awesome trip! We went to more places than just the zoo. We walked around Philadelphia, exploring and seeing sights like the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Then we got to the zoo - it was fun all night! We got to go behind the scenes at the zoo and see really cool nocturnal animals - ...
... times to herald the end of the war. A recurring theme that we are encountering here is that of liberty, and freedom. I have had a bit of a light bulb moment today realising that the US originated with British settlers every bit as much as we did, but have taken a very different path to get to where they are today.
Then on to Independence Hall, which was originally known as the Pennysylvania State House, and was actually nothing ...
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 ...