Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Cherry Hill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... any visitors to the city visit it, as it's so unusual and interesting.
After we'd finished with the Mutter, we walked up Benjamin Franklin Parkway through Eakins Oval, towards the Philadelphia Museum of Art, so that Laura could re-enact the 'Rocky Running up the Steps Scene'. We walked past a huge fountain which was really lovely, featuring George Washington atop a horse, and surrounded by pairs of animals in each corner - 2x Bison, 2x Elk, 2x Moose - and ...
... with the curious community members about the project.
Another big project throughout the week was working in Overington Park. The team mulched young saplings and flowerbeds to help the young plants grow and blossom uninhibited by weeds, and trimmed up tree branches that were beginning to hang too low for walking or mowing beneath. Members of the team particularly enjoyed using the long-handled saw to cut high up branches, as well as seeing the fruits of our work: a ...
... s not so comforting coming from someone who’s guiding you around town. He had his crowd of seven yawning and looking at their watches for the duration of the tour and hoping to God the pain would stop soon. It was without a doubt the most boring tour I’ve ever taken. He was a very friendly chap but I think he needs to work on his tour leading a little.
With the wasted hour and a half behind us we wanted to grab a quick bite to eat on the way home ...
... Majid, Sandrine, Danielle, Lori, Maddy, and Elizabeth) at Leo, with whom we shared incredible encounters with wildlife. - Hussein and his family, who went on a game drive with us on Christmas Day in Kruger National Park. - Dimswani, who showed us around Swaziland. - The Thai businessman and his "friend," with whom we rang in 2011. - Sophorn, the tuk tuk driver who drove us around the Angkor Wat area in Cambodia for three days. - Nusi, who made ...
... meant to be together.
- We learned that we don’t need much. We need each other. And a few essentials. Everything else just weighs us down.
It’s not one year in this world and then back to reality. It’s a life in this world. The challenge now that we are home is to continue to look at life with the same wonder that we did while we were travelling. To view each day as a gift from God, filled with endless potential for adventure, beauty, and ...