DoubleTree Suites By Hilton Hotel Mount Laurel
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... built in the French style. A 37 foot high statue of Benjamin Franklin is placed on top thus creating the tallest building in Philly for some time. As the skyscrapers crept in the baseball team kept losing and this, after time, was felt to be a curse placed by Ben Franklin as he wasn't the tallest thing in the city. A small statue was put atop a building nicknamed the flash drive and things changed, Philly started winning again and finally ...
... Phanatic advertising the Sand Castle World Cup. The bullpen was unique as it was terraced with the visiting team above and behind the home pen (not to mention the flowers bordering it). The hitters eye is a cool brick wall covered in vines. The largest visual is the light up Liberty Bell that I thankfully got to see toll in just before midnight. My favorite visual however was watching the Philly Phanatic in all his ...
... of her daughter. The death was preventable and Sorrel had been saying to staff that she was unhappy with the plan of care as she knew that Josie was not right. The Foundation funds work on improving patient safety and works with healthcare staff to improve standards. One of their early projects was to fund the trial of a Rapid Response Team and then later into allowing families to activate the team. I had read Sorrel's book in developing my project and it had inspired me to be ...
... States history right in front of my very own eyes, crack and all. I then participated in a guided tour of Independence Hall to see where both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were both written and debated by the Second Continental Congress.
After getting to try a hoagie for the first time during lunch at the Reading Terminal Market, I visited the National Constitution Center where I view a variety of exhibits having to ...
... probably means very little to you, however, so I’ll share with you the two memories that might interest you the most.
The first is actually from my last night in Philadelphia. When Joy took me to see FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE in Camden, New Jersey. Joe unfortunately couldn’t make it so after work on Tuesday Joy picked me up on the way out to her friend Megan’s in Fish town (Fish town being another part ...