Seventh Street B&B
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... writing that, I have been a member of CS for 9 years. I have help so many people in this organization because i feel passionate in do it but I have never host a girl as cheap as you. I now clearly understood why you told me people don't wanna host you. MY ADVICE TO ALL HOST IN SC, DONT HOST HER OTHERWISE SHE WOULD SLEEP WITH YOUR ROOMMATE OR HUSBAND. She is a desperate woman. Now I will admit, this reference got to me a lot more than I would have liked. I ended up ...
We arrived into Philadephia around 2pm and got the courtesy shuttle bus to the Microtel Inn and suites. Complete kip. Having said that the people who worked there were really sound and there was an Indian lad at the front desk who was very helpful and a good laugh. Dropped our bags into the room and then we got a taxi to Best Buy to get the GoPro. We ended up getting absolutely mugged off. Our sales assistant was a ...
... offered to help us. He was a bit confused as to where we wanted to go, and within a minute another guy offered to help us! Between the two of them they sent us off in the right direction and we found our house!! The keys were in the box, the code worked, the door opened!! Success!!!!!
The house is gorgeous! It's very old, but I knew that going into booking, hence its title of Historical Boston House. But I love it! Wooden floors, a tiny windy staircase, ...
... the years - I thought it was very well done!
We headed to Independence National Historic Park, which, along with the old city has been dubbed 'America's most historic square mile'. We took a Ranger led tour of Independence Hall where delegates from 13 colonies met to approve the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
... to come. Funnily enough, another NCCC team from my campus (Moose 2!) had been sent to our previous project spot in Maine for their second round project. From what we’d heard, our previous project coordinator, Ryan, had pretty much checked out of the whole thing. We had noticed he’d seemed more tired and frustrated as our time there had worn on; I think we had shown him how much there could yet be done! He had decided to quite ...