Super 8 Mount Laurel
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... that I call home and feel the need to defend when someone says something negative about them. I found myself being overwhelmed with the cost of some things, not because they were expensive, but because they were cheaper than they are in Taiwan. I also sometimes felt the need to explain my weird looks or actions to complete strangers. I also remember being overwhelmed by food choices. I could read the whole menu and could have anything I wanted. The ...
... I was visiting. There isnt a lot of hip hop in Maine but I found one rapper called Spose. He has a track of the same name but his use reference to not being taken seriously as a rapper because of being from Maine. Here's a link. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gHoXgw3soE 8&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DgHoXgw 3soE8 Anyway the statement came true when I tried to get ...
... to deplane if they wanted to. Except not everyone got the message, some of the crew was saying it was alright to pack up your things and wait in the terminal. People packed up and then were told to turn around when they got to the jet way. This lasted for about 30 min. People were told that there would be snacks laid out in the terminal but alas but it took the highest of mid level management wearing an earpiece to make the exception that ...
Green tea iris mousse cake.
They kinda forgot about us after the Kobe beef course, so that got annoying. The waitress finally realized it and mentioned it to the sushi guy. She avoided us, but got the manager to come to apologize to us for the delay. I was hoping for a comped meal, but that never happened.
Overall, it was great. The food was well above my expectations. Sure, she paid an arm and a leg for it, but *******n it, I'm special and I deserve ...
... himself. The famous boxing character ran up the 72 steps and I wanted to do the same. Except, I wasn't a trained boxer or in shape, so I slowly made my way up walking up each step rather than running, made it to the top, checked out the magnificent view of downtown Philly, and got some good pictures.
On my way to the next stop, we swung by the oldest hospital in the nation. This was so old that surgeries had to be performed outside, at the highest point of the ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed