Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - King of Prussia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... her due to Emma's initial jealousy as it had replaced her navigation skills. After The tension had left the car the GPS was renamed lady (the other lady). (Just a side note, I'm that unorganized as anyone that truly knows me would agree it's now 3 weeks later) This far the trip and experiences agave been amazing. Everyday has something exciting for us to take on. Washington obviously at this point was a whole ago. A lot has occurred and I'm left thinking about what should you ...
... for the weekend. When they got back to campus, all 12 of us were ready to go and hopped in the van. Josh started behind the wheel and the rest of us got cozy in the back. After about twenty minutes Raimundo realized he had forgotten his passport, which gave Josh the opportunity to get to know the van a little better and do an extra round of driving. At 5 we found ourselves cruising the highways of Massachusetts, on our way to Philly!! After a few hours of joking ...
... is 7.30am wake up. The girls get 30 minutes to get ready and then we have an 8am line up which is doing stupid things like funny dances or songs etc. Breakfast is at 8.15 and we have about a 5 minute walk to the dining hall. At 9.30am the kids are at their morning class, or at tennis and golf on other campuses while we complete daily tasks. Lunch is at 12pm and the kids have until 1.15pm to be at their afternoon class. Time off for us is generally from 1pm-4pm depending on ...
For the purposes of the sleep monitor, I got 6 hours of sleep again. Default wake up time has shifted to 6 AM.
I woke up early to say goodbye to my cousins when they were going to school since I would not be there when they got back. Later, we said goodbye to my aunt, who was also going to work. At 10:30, we went to the airport. We had to wait a while in the security checkpoint due ...
... to be in excellent condition until noon, when it received a sort of compound fracture in a zig-zag direction through one of its sides which put it completely out of tune and left it a mere wreck of what it was."
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The Bell achieved its iconic status when abolitionists adopted the Bell as a symbol for the movement. It was first used in this association as a frontispiece to an 1837 edition of Liberty, published by the New York ...