Candlewood Suites Philadelphia - Mt. Laurel
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... were here orchestrating the revolution. We British are forgiving folk and I am sure that if the USA were to say sorry, and really mean it, we would take them back as a colony. The advantage to the UK being that we would, once again, have somewhere distant to send our criminals and religious nutters. In view of their past as a repository of undesirables, it is surprising that things are as good as they are on the crime and sanity fronts. We have ...
Short one today as I need to get on the road. Ironic since this is the longest game I have ever watched. I was basically in Philly by the time I found a reasonably priced hotel last night so I had plenty of time today before the game. I went to Chickie and Pete's, a sports bar who specialty is seasoned fries called Crab Fries, to watch US Soccer match. Funny how the draw with Portugal felt like a loss and the loss to ...
I started the day early today as the hospital were running one of their regular mock cardiac arrest scenarios which I wanted to observe to compare how they run them compared to how they are run in Nottingham. It was really interesting to see as they work in a similar way but this was an announced one for all intensive care staff rather than being called as a real emergency so people seemed to settle into the scenario more quickly. They run a mix of announced and unannounced ones ...
... It was difficult for me to sleep on the first long-distance train I took between Chicago and Pittsburgh, for thunderstorms raged throughout the night and many of the passengers next to me were snoring. The train may have arrived an hour late to the Pittsburgh station, but that was a blessing in disguise, for it meant that I only had to wait two hours to transfer trains and not three. The second and final train between Pittsburgh and Philly was far quieter, so ...
As promised, part two of my six days in Phila - the people.
So you know by now that during this time I stayed with Joy and Joe about 30 minutes to an hour out of Philadelphia proper. During the week days (work hours) I busted around exploring more of Philly on my own, and the nights and weekends were spent catching up, hanging out, cooking for each other (I’ve even shared my recipe for “Steve’s two-bowl ...