Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Bartram Ave.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Dinner was at Steve's Steaks, where we had extremely SLOW service and mediocre cheese steak subs. The quality paled in comparison with Jim's Steaks, where we had lunch the day before. If we had it to do over, we would skip the optional excursion (which included the inferior meal) and just explore more of the historic district on our own. Just saying...
... to be handmaidens to a higher cause, but moral causes in themselves.
Just as the food of today often attracts a level of metaphysical attentiveness suggestive of the sex of yesterday, so does food today seem attended by a similarly evocative — and proliferating — number of verboten signs. The opprobrium reserved for perceived “violations” of what one “ought” to do has migrated, in some cases fully, from one to the ...
... to sit around the table and talk to family. It was great to have Pa Mike and MR there too so that Spencer could tell them all his news of the trip and what’s going on at home and at school. After a few glasses of red we watch a Phillies baseball game before crashing to bed. The next day Pa Mike and MR came back over to Mark and Melissa’s and we went for a drive around Chestnut Hill. It is a beautiful part of Philadelphia – ...
Today was a short one program wise. After breakfast, we had a presentation on the architectural history of Philadelphia. The lecturer Kenneth Hinde used a slide show to take us from its beginnings as a planned Quaker community, through the American and Industrial Revolution, into the modern metropolis that it is. He was an expert in all things Philly ...
... to pick up trash instead of hands when possible. Always wear thicker work gloves. Put the needle in a plastic or glass bottle, screw it shut and wrap tightly in newspaper to dispose of it. We are always careful because if anyone were ever pricked they would have to go through all the testing to make sure no diseases were spread.
Honestly? Week 2 was really hard for me. Just driving into the city, I was looking around at what seemed like the dirtiest place ...