Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Bartram Ave.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... nations — adult human beings are more or less free to have all the sex and food they want?
This question opens the door to a real paradox. For given how closely connected the two appetites appear to be, it would be natural to expect that people would do the same kinds of things with both appetites — that they would pursue both with equal ardor when finally allowed to do so, for example, or with equal abandon for consequence; or conversely, ...
... printed out our boarding passes and stood in line to drop our bags. We got in one line and it wasn't moving very fast when an employee asked us to move to another. In the time it took one person to unload 2 of their 3 bags the line we had been in finished with the person in front of us and 2 people who had come after us. I made a comment to the employee that she had moved us and we could have been done by now and at this rate we would miss the cut off window ...
... Jess' favorite Moroccan restaurant in Philly located down the sketchiest alleyway off of South Street. Marrakesh is completely authentic from the decor (tapestries, pillow seats) to the food (communal dishes eaten only using your hands) to the entertainment (belly dancers roam around to keep you entertained, they'll even teach you how to make your body move ... again, check out the photos section for Jess' debut). In true Philly style, Marrakesh is also BYOB but is one of ...
... been closed overnight to prepare for the finale of the Tour de France, which was rolling through the streets of Paris later in the day.
Arrival at the airport, dropping the rental car off, checking the bags, and getting through security and customs all went very well and we were able to just relax and wait for our flight. We got some coffee and tea and just chatted about the trip and the fun we had.
The flight ...
... are today as well as seeing the swearing in of George Washington as the first President and Samuel Adams as the second. The last historical stop for the day was to see the Liberty Bell. Talk about symbolism and the making of a nation. It was really interesting to read how this bell as inspired thousands and thousands of people in many of America's most historic moments, from when the American women claimed their rights and to when African ...