Red Roof Inn & Suites Bellmawr
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... of the Potomac from maryland back over to Virginia. It is the oldest still operating ferry crossing in North America, first established in 1784. It was about a 10 minute crossing, for all of $8.
From there we continued on upriver, eventually crossing into West Virginia to Harper’s Ferry where we have pulled into a KOA for the night. It is one of the busiest private campgrounds we have been to with dozens of families with young kids having a ...
We went to Philadelphia today. It rained. We were met by a man in a pilgrim suit who took us on a tour of the city in the coach, and it rained. We went to see Independence Hall, and it rained. We went to view the Liberty Bell- it has a crack in it, and it rained. It rained so much Pilgrim Man took us to a Portrait Gallery to shelter from the rain. Then we went to the hotel and now it's not ...
So I've realized that my posts have taken on a somewhat negative tone since the Pens lost, and I would like to make a few statements regarding that matter. First off, I would like everyone to know that I am enjoying myself completely so far. Sure, I may complain a bit here and there, but as much as I hate to admit it, I can find something to whine about anywhere. It's a character flaw.
Some of the comments I've been receiving imply that ...
... which is where the ice hockey game was being held. It was a long drive in busy traffic. We got there and found our seats. It was gobsmacking. I was speechless. Our seats were right at the back of the stadium. 1 from the back. It was so high!! The stadium seats 20,000 people! It was crazy! The game was good but we were so so tired! We left early and lucky we did! There was about 30 cop cars outside and they were chasing a hit and run where 4 people had stolen $7,000 worth ...
... able to catch up on much of the sleep I had lost.
I finally got off the train at 2:30 PM on Wednesday the 26th at Exton Station, the station nearest to where I stayed with some people I knew who live in Chester Springs, a small town more than 30 miles northwest of Philly in Chester County. I was in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutchland, a region full of green trees and houses built in the 18th century. Given the state I was in following the commute, I ...