The Columns on Clinton
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Philadelphia
... Phanatic advertising the Sand Castle World Cup. The bullpen was unique as it was terraced with the visiting team above and behind the home pen (not to mention the flowers bordering it). The hitters eye is a cool brick wall covered in vines. The largest visual is the light up Liberty Bell that I thankfully got to see toll in just before midnight. My favorite visual however was watching the Philly Phanatic in all his ...
... does not have the food theft skills these guys have
2. Giraffes 0.8 (John) 0.8 (Terrie)
3. Serengeti Lions 0.9 (John) 0.6 (Terrie)
4. Elephants 0.4 (John) 0.7 (Terrie)
5. Zebras 0.5 (John) 0.6 (Terrie)
Strangest travel experiences
1. Listening to an American and a Korean fighting over the former’s defication into a bin on our Annapurna trail
2. John dressing up as a ...
... locals walking their dogs or tourists who were taking pictures of the rowers and the beautiful river scenery. We had lunch by the river and as josh had not seen the sights, I took him to the rocky steps, Benjamin franklin walkway, love sign etc. we had a nice catch up walking and talking; it's always nice hanging out with a Brit sometimes because you are reminded of home and have a bit more in common than other people you meet on your travels. We decided to go to the museum in ...
... for the weekend. When they got back to campus, all 12 of us were ready to go and hopped in the van. Josh started behind the wheel and the rest of us got cozy in the back. After about twenty minutes Raimundo realized he had forgotten his passport, which gave Josh the opportunity to get to know the van a little better and do an extra round of driving. At 5 we found ourselves cruising the highways of Massachusetts, on our way to Philly!! After a few hours of joking ...
... with an even nicer looking pen to boot! My point is these are people who have trusted in a corrupt and rotten system. It is a shame that there is such a divide right now in this country that you can have rich and poor co -exist on the same city street corner, and one not acknowledge the other.
I am not condemning the wealthy. To me having money or owning high end items is a gift from the Creator and should ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
More great choices in Philadelphia
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Philadelphia
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations