Courtyard By Marriott Philadelphia Airport
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard By Marriott Philadelphia Airport
This hotel was mediocre. It was, however, conveniently located near restaurants and shopping malls.
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... saw enough in my short stint to know Philadelphia is everything. And I'll be back! I stayed close to the airport for logistical purposes and to overnight at my favorite swanky hotel Aloft. But the pizza joint I read so much about was clear across town. So when I taxied over to Pizzeria Vetri and listened to the driver's monologue about navigating through closed streets to get there, I thought WOW! This place must really be something. Turns out the surrounding streets ...
... to go upstairs, but got to see different coins and artwork on the first floor.
Rain was coming, so we decided to head back to the Raif's house. We had a yummy dinner then went to the playground to let the kids run for a while. They enjoyed playing freeze tag and catching lightning bugs. Caitlyn was very happy to have so many girls to play with. Before we knew it, it was time for bed.
Miles driven to date: 3680
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... the afternoon Chicago time. We only had an hour til our next flight so we grabbed lunch quickly and ate it in our gate. The next plane was the usual Boeing 767 and the flight was about 4 and a half hours. We landed, picked up our luggage and were off to find the Qantas desk.
On our way to talk to Qantas, we met a girl named Josie who was in the same situation as us. She had been home for Christmas with her family in the states and was ...
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One topic which was decided to be left alone was the issue of slavery. The Southern ...