Days Inn Philadelphia Convention Center - Philadelphia
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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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