Red Roof Inn & Suites Bellmawr
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Had another day at the tennis yesterday. Saw Halep, Wosniacki and Federer. All won. It was nice to be in the shade too as it was another very hot day. Went back to the hotel and watched Andy on TV. On the train now to Washington. Travelling first class and just had breakfast. Nice to be away from the bustle and noise of New York. The taxi ride to Penn Station was terrifying! After checking in to the hotel we went on a BigBus tour. Very interesting and now we have a plan for ...
... Museum. I will keep this part brief, Mutter Museum is a medical museum, home to some of the weirdest things both Tabitha and I had ever seen. A little messed up it had rows of skulls, babies in jars and other preserved tumours and tissues on display. Certainly thought provoking to say the least. A little disturbed we decided to hit city hall and JFK plaza which had some nice stalls and the famous LOVE statue. After a quick photo op we moved ...
... he wants a superhuman "authority" to guarantee housing, food, health care, and all sorts of other things, for everyone. He wants it so badly that he refuses to accept the obvious truth that no such guarantee is ever possible, and that if mere mortals do not take care of themselves and each other, nothing else will take care of them.
The nature of reality, though it stares him in the face every day, is too disturbing for him ...
... I said my goodbyes to Lindsay and Ana who were off to their homes in San Jose and Lugano, then I moved hotels to the Geogian Terrace Hotel in the Midtown section. I decided to stay in Atlanta for the weekend to site see and spend time with my boyfriend, Pat who flew in from Houston for the weekend. We ...
4. Although we love hiking, we think our days of 7 day long hikes are over and we will look for day hikes based around a centre with a nice hotel!
5. Despite being together for almost 20 years we learned a lot about each others little quirks.
What were our tour highlights ?
1. Scaling the 5895 m Mount Kilimanjaro – seriously hard work but ...