Chestnut Hill Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... 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, ...
Next we made our way in the rain over to Independence Hall. Joanna, a very charismatic park ranger, spoke to us about the history of this landmark and then showed us around. We learned that the building was first known as the Pennsylvania State House, built between 1732 and 1756. The Assembly Room was the site of ...
... 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 ...
... of wood until you passed out. All sound like great options really.
Lots of "firsts" in Phili. The first Post Office the first Fire Brigade the first Zoo and of course they mentioned Benjamin Franklin quite a bit too given that this is his home town. He was obviously very innovative with his ideas and now lays to rest in the local cemetery.
We are having a blast but very tired. Aaron is still not 100% his ...
... I can't stand is being cold and wet. I think I have enough clothes for every occasion plus some.Well it's time to eat my banana, drink some more water and make a few last minute phone calls. Hopefully I'll be able to drop a few lines when I arrive in Bhaktapur on the 17th. This is where I will be staying on my first night in Nepal. Off the beaten path in a guesthouse where I "think" I have a reservation:) It's all good:) Chow for now:) ...