Courtyard By Marriott Philadelphia Willow Grove
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... castle" / former convent that our great friends the Barschows own. It is such a remarkable building in excellent shape. A told me that before they bought it, it was owned by a contractor who had a penchant for restoration, and that's why it looks so amazing now. The Bs were so incredibly gracious and had the kitchen stocked to the brim, so we could not help but eat conveniently at home much of the time we were there. On Saturday morning, ...
... with both my pepper spray and pocket knife in hand (I really need to start leaving the pocket knife in my larger backpack when I'm out in the city). Unfortunately, the Liberty Bell is a very popular tourist attraction, so at first it was very hard to get a good picture of it.
Luckily for me, one of the kids visiting with his class threw up all over the floor in front of the bell. Everyone else cleared out, leaving me able to take pictures to my ...
... a Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra concert.
We had seats in the front row, right below the stage! I thought it was great. We heard a Brahms Piano Concerto for the first half of the show, and then Berlioz' Symphonie Fantastique for the second. The music was great and the Orchestra was superb. We returned to the hotel by private motor coach, and we will rest up in preparation for another busy day tomorrow.
... sitting waiting to resume the tattoo. All the staff were very friendly and a older man waiting for his son must have picked her up off the floor and put her on the bed. She must have been unconscious for at least 30 seconds and she woke up with everyone standing over her fanning her off asking if she is ok. By the time I got there she was fine and once she had some pizza and a drink was ready to get back into it. Robert later told me he was ...
Today Jess was going to show me around Philadelphia with her friend Otis who lives there. Philly is only about an hour drive from Jess so she thought it would be nice to see a different city.
We met Otis in a café not far from his house which is near downtown Philly. We thought we would have a spot of brunch as it was nearly 11 am by the time we arrived and met up. The food in the café was awesome. I decided to have a pancake stack. ...