The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... the circumstances, this health titan is remembered primarily for the Graham cracker). Various other American religious groups have also gone in for vegetarianism, including the Seventh Day Adventists, studies on whom make up some of the most compelling data about the possible health benefits of a diet devoid of animal flesh. Uniting numerous discrete movements under one umbrella is the International Vegetarian Union, which started just a hundred years ago, in ...
... was better than a burger and chips followed by ice cream. We walked with our ice creams through Franklin Square and sat for a while, then back to our favourite chill place, the hammock park. It was much less busy so we sat there for most of the afternoon. Whilst the wifi was good we skyped Phil's friend Keil for a while which was really nice. It's so cool that you can see and speak to someone so far away!! Our tea wasn't too great as we chose a stall at the park. It ...
... at the train station so we could go back into town to do the tours of the US mint and the Eastern State Penitentiary. Before we started the mint tour we stopped for a Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich. The beef is chopped to a texture resembling mince and loaded into a roll which has been squirted with runny yellow cheese. I didn't find it that enjoyable. The US Mint takes up a whole block. There are no windows except on the top floor. To get in you need to show photo ID and ...
... central atrium with an organ that was played during the time we browsed the store. On the ground floor atrium level is a majestic bronze eagle statue acquired by John Wanamaker, the department store pioneer. ‘Meet me at the Eagle’ has become the catchphrase for shoppers and visitors meeting in the centre of the city over the last century (including ourselves).
We then went next door to the Philadelphia City Hall. This building, ...
... We then went to Love Park so I could see the famous skate spot. The ledges looked pretty nice, but apparently the place is a complete bust now. A homeless guy offered to take our picture with Steph's camera but as I could tell he was only in it for a tip I declined. He got a little bit angry at that, insisting that he wasn't going to steal it. It was weird and a bit uncomfortable. We walked around the city for a bit and there ...