Wingate by Wyndham Vineland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to be the original home of the cheese steak. The other original home is right across the street at Pats place. Brandon tried both and thought Pats was better. So now we have some place to try when we return one day.
It was a fun time. Lots of laughs and we were glad we could hook up with Ian. We dropped him off and headed towards the hotel. We we're beat and it was time for some ...
... living in the south of France like Janet said, but I'm definitely going to need some bankrolls for that. I think I'll fit in perfectly with all the vacation times they get and the 35 hour work weeks they have. Sounds like a plan to me. I think I've got the travel bug now so stay tuned for my next adventure. Maybe Canada to see my new ...
... by Josh
It's me: Josh. We're 1 hour and 30 min into the plane ride (9:30). It is so COOL!!!!!!! The stand for food pops out of the armrest! My seat is next to mom's and there's a wall that prevents the seat in front of us from leaning back into us. Also, the plane lights dimmed then went off. The only light we have is reading lights and emergency exit sign lights. I'm really enjoying this! Bye for now!
... get (free) tickets for Liberty Hall. You first need to get a time-stamped ticket at the counter (if they are available) to tour the building inside. We're lucky... We got a ticket for a tour that starts within half an hour. The Liberty Hall is where the USA declared their independence from England in 1776 and where they wrote and signed the constitution in 1787. A historical building indeed as this is where it all began. After that we check if we can see the Liberty ...
... It's interesting (but not surprising) that they have all the security that there is for airline travel (except for taking off one's shoes, but I did have to take off my belt). It was neat to see the Liberty Bell up close without any barriers and to be able to take pictures of it with us (and of it with Independence Hall in the background). We then left downtown Philadelphia in search of Tony Luke's, purported to be an authentic source of Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. By ...