Embassy Suites Philadelphia-Valley Forge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... on propane and smaller kitchen appliances such as a mixer that was run off an air compressor.
Upstairs, the rooms were furnished, but the 3-4 outfits each person owned were hung on pegs on the walls. Women's outer clothing were held together only by pins so as to allow the ease of letting out or taking in the fabric as the woman's body size may change through pregnancy or what not. I thought this was a little odd, but it was ...
... and Washington, D.C. All now firmly in the itinerary. Staying in a cool house in a town called Wayne in P.A . Really oldschool american suburban type of place. Very pretty , Weather was a steady 25 ish and bright sunshine , seen a raccoon ( ugly ***** ) a chipmunk and apparently there is a groundhog living nearby I'm gonna try and get a selfie with it at some point :-) . Went to the Devon ...
... as a better alternative to the cheese steak, and it was a great sandwich. Tonight I'm staying with the family of an intern at our family friend Dan Anderson's office. Dan and his wife Kristin took me out for brunch while I was in Madison and thanks to Dan's coordination, things fell into place from there. Mike & Jeannie welcomed me warmly into their house despite never meeting me before (and ...
Today we both woke up not knowing how we got back to our hotel. I remember being at the Voltage bar and drinking lots, doing shots of fire ball whiskey, which was smooth but very hot. We both had terrible hangovers, things got out of hand last night, we were both so pumped from the show that we got too excited, and well here we are with rotten hangover having to face a day of getting tattooed and waiting around. We got downstairs in time to ...
... our last day was upon us!
As usual at the end of a project, my team takes the opportunity to present our project debrief (a.k.a. all the work we’ve done over the project, on site and with our team roles) to our project sponsor. Gives us more of a “formal” practice for our final debrief to campus staff. This project debrief, however, was probably the most epic of debriefs, and one we were probably the most nervous for. In attendance were ...