Crowne Plaza Hotel Philadelphia - King Of Prussia
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Of course we all know how much fun it is to plan a trip and this was no exception. We had been to Salzburg twice previously. Once just to tour the fortress & eat lunch. The other time we took a train from Innsbruck, visited Mozart’s birth house and the shops on the Getreidegasse and took the train back again. So we were really ignorant of the city. The tourist information bureau ...
... woman walking the same direction and asked what time her pickup was, she replied 12:00. We waited in line for security talking, cleared security, and headed into Suite 103, again to wait in line. It was probably a 10 minute as we talked. She was traveling to Vancouver on a 3:00 flight from Philly. She was a clinical researcher for a biotech company. We also talked about Germany and Belgium and she said we really need to make our way to Austria as ...
... there with 2 HUGE grins on their faces... CUTE!!! ❤ Apparently they've been very excited awaiting our arrival... especially Nicole! It's not long before I'm told off... I started biting my nails and Michelle's HORRIFIED!!!... "You're biting your nails!!! Oh my god have they not told you about me!!! You've been on the train and now your biting your nails!!! Kids did you see that!!! She's not washed her hands yet!!!" Yes... I was told about you, how ...
... 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 ...
... Court, which decides whether or not new laws are ‘constitutional’. So after lengthy arguments, negotiations, concessions and changes, the 13 colonies came to a compromise on the final details of the constitution. They even call it the ‘Great Compromise’, surely highlighting the fact that no-one had really got what that wanted; no-body was satisfied.
One topic which was decided to be left alone was the issue of slavery. The Southern ...