Chestnut Hill Hotel
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... so we tried to limit outside time.
The State Rooms were amazing. But I had a real hard time trying to wrap my mind around the fact that these are actual usable rooms. They are just so far outside what we consider "normal business" that it didn't seem real. Beautiful, and definitely historic, but not what I can envision being used in the modern world.After finishing the State Rooms, we headed down ...
Eastern State Penitentiary is next up. A old high security prison in the middle of the city, it’s apparently America’s most haunted building, and is very Gothic looking and intimidating in the neighbourhood. In use for 142 years, it opened as a prison in 1829 and closed in 1971. It was also the first in America to use a wagon wheel floor plan in an experiment to reform criminals through isolation, thanks to a British ...
... growing trend in families wanting to try it instead of commercial formula. They are thinking about introducing inpatient blends like Seattle Children's. In November the department is running a workshop on blended diet as part of their emerging topics in Peadiatric Nutrition conference. Unfortunately I won't be able to attend this as I'll be on the other side of the country in San Diego/Tuscon. Colleen explained that they are not claiming to be experts in the subject and it is ...
... Forge in my last segment. It's trip worth making, especially for the history buff. On to Philadelphia.
We were warned about the route into the city by the clerk at Valley Forge. An old highway, we were told, that would be jam packed with traffic. She was right. We got off the freeway and drove the suburban streets into the city - - probably not much faster but a much more interesting trip. All I can say is thank goodness for the GPS app ...
... After many attempts over 2 days I was able to reschedule for 9:30am for the same July 15th day. At this point there was nothing I could do but wait. This was the day before our flight and lead to a stressful and nerve wracking week. I had a few people offer to pray for me. I accepted those offers, and as a non religious person, I feared that if I would pray and there is a god, he/she would probably have other ideas for me.