Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Tinicum Blvd.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... was the 'Longhorn Steakhouse'. It was a great meal and the steaks were amazing.
We had the Ice Hockey on for game 6 of the Stanley Cup playoffs. We left the restaurant during the intermission so we could get back and watch the rest of the game at the hotel. It was a great game and of course the Chicago Blackhawks won the game to take out the Stanley Cup 4 games to 2. There were high 5's around the hotel room as our team got the win. It was a great way to finish the day.
... when his testicles were cut off. Oooof.
To commemorate the two-hundredth anniversary of the publication of Grimm’s Fairytales, the museum had a special ‘Grimm’s Anatomy’ exhibition, which shows the medical side of the tales. These include Chinese foot binding in a nod to the foot mutilation in the Grimm version of Cinderella, and a preserved liver to go with Snow White, as well as chopped off toes, and fingers, and all sorts of ...
What a night .. I genuinely didn't sleep for longer than 10 minutes at a time! All I kept thinking about was whether we would be able to find the car in the morning, and if so, would it be in the same state we left it in! Luckily My built in sat NaV (Ross) found us back to the parking lot and the car was siting untouched .. We got away with parking for free! The sun was shining as we made our way to the hotel to drop off ...
... happened to be the individual who now stepped forward to help me. He pulled out the ledger from 1901 (three inches thick and about 20 inches long by 12 inches wide), the year in which Charlie D. Senior died. Flipping to 12 April 1901, we located Charles Pasquale. The right person? I think so after finding the 1900 U.S. Census, for both his home address and the hospital where he was being treated, and his death certificate. Now, I can't explain ...
... with a red pen and made some notes. I was handed a little piece of paper with the number A10 and took a seat waiting to be called to a different window. I probably had a 10 minute wait before my number was called to window 10. I walked to the window and handed Irene all the necessary paperwork. She quickly noticed the departure date, made a slightly confused face, looked at the date set on her stamper, and said "That's tomorrow! Why did ...