Super 8 Mount Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so we found a seat at a nearby gate near an electrical plug where I could charge my phone.
I went to ask the agent at the counter if there were "upgrade" seats Pam and I could move to since we were traveling in celebration of our 30th wedding anniversary. She suggested we move up another row, take the middle seats and ask another flier to move to empty adjoining seats on another row. ...
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After a good nights rest we were up early to see all the sights. We were ready to see The Liberty Bell but it wasn't open yet. So we decided to go to a gift shop across the road to find some post cards, but I wasn't open either! This city seems to sleep a little later than most and places don't begin to open until 9 A.M.!
As the official bell of the Pennsylvania State House, which today is called Independence Hall, rang ...
... who has proven that this city is generous.
However, before I go into that let me mention another young lady who has really stepped up to the plate on the generosity meter. Her name is Leslie Wray and she is from Virginia. Leslie and I just met today actually, and she heard my story and wanted to help with my dream of opening H.O.M.E. Which is an organization I'm starting when I reach San Diego, to help Felons, Alcoholics/Addicts, Single ...
... touch with a host in Manchester who put me in contact with a 4th year at Harvard and 4 degrees of separation later it is at his desk that I am writing this. My quest to spend 53 days in America rent-free continues: 1 - 0 overdraft. Whilst I may not be learning valuable life lessons about competence, I am getting to go to Boston, and after having my appetite for the east coast whet by NYC and moistened by Philadelphia and its rain, I'm really excited. Details to follow.
... I’m there (they do use the outdoor and private spaces so the building isn’t ruined), and the attraction last year drew 100,000 people (the regular admission that year drew 150,000) which supports the upkeep of the building… a good thing I suppose. You have to walk through the attraction though and I tell you there’s no way I’d do it. The place is spooky enough!
Again, I’m going to let ...