Days Inn Philadelphia Convention Center - Philadelphia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Philadelphia Convention Center - Philadelphia
It was the nicest placed wed stayed until it rained........ i rang to reception and they said we need to pack up and move rooms on another floor (im in PJ's and stuff everywhere is 11.30pm i just want sleep) Moved to another room on same floor across the way was just as nice a litlle smaller. Breakfast was good to great loaction within walking dostance to everything..
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... education students at four institutions. We are teachers who learned much. More than anything, we learned to appreciate simple things most of us take for granted. A brief list, for your consideration, follows:
2-daily showers not sponge baths
3-toilet paper and napkins
4-soap and ...
... of. This way, lots of people can participate - elderly, prisoners, kids - and there's no liability of people being up on scaffolding. I really enjoyed it.
Sunday was another ISP day, set up by our Unit Leader Jen, this time at Winterthur's Point to Point Horse Race near Wilmington, Delaware! 9 hours as a parking attendant. (okay, including travel time and orientation.) It was actually rather fun, albeit a little boring once most people had arrived. ...
... up a copy of three of Shakespeare's plays for 49 cents - and then promptly decided that I could very happily live in this city.
True, I had a fantastic entry into New York. Not only fantastic, but sedate and relaxing. My mettle had yet to be tested, and the opportunity for this came the very next day, when I headed to Coney Island, in the company of two hilarious Scottish girls - Lily and Kirsten. Having already visited New York with the 'rents a few years ago, ...
... nerve to offer me her seat.
We next walked to Betsy Ross' house and came across Ben Franklin's grave. Across the street from his grave was a bust of Ben Franklin. The interesting thing about the bust was all the keys that are in the base of the bust.
At Betsy Ross' house, we saw her bedroom, her grave and a replica of the flag she made. ...
... slight 10 min walk to the ticket box to grab our tickets for the ferry and SOL (Statue Of Liberty) entry.
We hit the line and it wasn't long before we had the typical security check with removing everything and putting it through the scanner. I think Linda has had enough of these as much as me now. She started at the dood asking if he'd like her shoes off....maybe a swimsuit would be good to turn up in etc...a classic indeed but he just started and requested the lot....like her watch ...