Americas Best Value Inn Pottstown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... with a big smile that we said goodbye (after a very entertaining rendition of Sweet Child of Mine in the car). Back at Colleens place Amy packed her bags and the two of us spent our last night together, perhaps forever, although I have a feeling we will both make sure that isn't true. The next morning Amy could her train to NYC and Colleen and I spent the day together. We went on a ...
... going to the airport and then wouldn't let me pay a thing towards it! It turned out he lived in Philadelphia and gave me some great advice about how to travel around the city. I was so fortunate to meet this guy - he completely turned my morning around! My first impression of Philadelphia was it was the first place that reminded me of home; a city full of English type architecture and tree lined streets. It was a welcomed sight of brick buildings ...
... isn't even listed now??? Did I miss it? Is this the twilight zone? I find a couple of other TK2 passengers, who have an easy to spot by the bewildered look on their faces - At least I'm not alone. We begin to suspect the flight is canceled, but there are no Turkish Air representatives to be found.
Eventually the plane, which has been idle on the tarmac, is moved to Gate 5 and we board.
... mix with the tea and then when it has brewed long enough you place the infuser bottom onto the top of the cup which pushes the hole at the bottom open and the filtered water comes out into the cup so all the tea bits don’t come through! It is amazing!!! I also got a hot or cold infuser that has insulation so if you want it hot you just fill it, if you want it cold you put ice in the bottom when you pour the water in and blend it together. It has a zip up foam cover that keeps ...
Once we had the campers all at Villanova, our week started with ice breaker activities, orientation and things like this. There were 55 kids in Week 1 which was not a lot, but it allowed us to ease into the running of camp and get a feel for the activities and the day to day running of things which was good. We had 5 girls on our floor that week. Thais from Paris, Dani, Maddy, Taylor and Brianna all from the USA. So it was a nice group.