Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Tinicum Blvd.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Absolutely delicious! Jen’s notes for the day then say bath, but seeing as how she was alone in that matter, I watched a couple of episodes of the Blacklist with Ruthie while Hayley tended to the soup made from leftover roast dinner.
Having walked a total six miles that day we decided to have a quiet evening in and watch The Interview. A film that took us by surprise! It was very good, both Franco and Rogen delivering hilarious performances. ...
... 8217;s Kantian imperative concerns sex not food, and Jennifer’s concerns food not sex. In just over 50 years, in other words — not for everyone, of course, but for a great many people, and for an especially large portion of sophisticated people — the moral poles of sex and food have been reversed. Betty thinks food is a matter of taste, whereas sex is governed by universal moral law of some kind; and Jennifer thinks exactly the reverse.
... past many interesting sites. An early hospital in Philadelphia with a round skylight at the top. We would call this a theater light now but in the early 1800's they really used this skylight to perform operations. According to our tour guide . . before anesthetic was invented there was 3 forms of inoculation. You could drink alcohol or smoke opium until you passed out or you could have the surgeon whack you over the head with ...
... needed. So anyway, up we went northward into the Powelton neighborhood. We found a corner store and popped in to check it out. We bought an apple (part of a new fresh fruit in corner stores program to combat the "food desert" phenomenon) and N nearly leapt out of the carrier to go pet the resident cat (thank goodness for those nice strong straps!). The kitty tolerated his petting and even a few hugs quite well. Our zoo day was off to a ...
... interesting documentary of the history of Independence from the English.
After a nice wrap,and ghastly coffee, we decided to go on a fun tour on what is called "Ride the ducks".
The guide called herself Mother Duck and the driver Father Duck.
She was both comedienne and information guide, as we made our way round in what looks like a modified army vehicle ...