Crossland Economy Studios - Philadelphia - Maple Shade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a few bridesmaids were involved in a very minor, but time consuming, traffic accident. Everyone was fine and the show went on. After, we ate and caught up with old friends then retired for the night. On Saturday we went to the church where Sarah grew up and enjoyed their big moment! We celebrated at the Berkshire Country Club and danced the night away! There was ...
... hunt so we divided into two teams (each with different tasks) and decided to meet up in an hour. While I didn't get to spend time with the bachelorette herself, I did have an amazing group of girls. (Side Note: all of Jess' bachelorette crew were friends she's known since HS. I'd met most of them before and over the years had developed friendships with a few, but this was the first time I was meeting some of them and seriously -- not that I'm biased -- Jess has the most ...
... I woke up freezing, despite actually wearing pajamas and socks to bed. Luckily, the shower got nice and hot so by the time I left for the tour I had booked at 11, I was actually feeling human which is always a plus.
The tour I had booked for today was called Ride the Ducks. It's called that because the vehicle we were riding in was a newer version of the amphibious DUKW from WWII (also known as a Duck). So we spent about an hour and change riding around ...
... had to go back to the hotel to get ready for dinner and the night out.
We walked to dinner at a nice restaurant called the Marathon Grill. It was of not particular cuisine, but featured organic and responsibly produced ingredients in all it's dishes. Here we could get anything on the menu under a certain price range. After dinner, we took a private coach to the Kimmel Center for the Performing ...
... construction was completed. As a major industrial center and railroad hub, the city grew from an influx of European immigrants. Today, the city is home to several fortune 500 companies. As with Alburqurque, Philadelphia businesses must pay an "artistic" tax, resulting in having more outdoor sculptures and murals than any other American city.
While on tour, we passed the site on Market Street where a ...