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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... can often advise a trading vocational of mediocrity or perhaps slow bleeding of the account as commissions and slippage (not to mention that occasional 'bad' trade) eat away during the traders who are trying to maintain nothing during breakeven status. At some point, traders have to shift the main focus from "minimizing losses" to "maximizing gains". This is kind of difficult for an angel investor who is scarred and whose accounts has suffered very serious ...
... US Airways Lounge and have drinks and snacks before boarding. This was really nice and very relaxing. The plane was almost an hour late in taking off so we landed at almost 11AM the next morning in Munich. Fortunately, I was able to sleep about 3 hours, so that was a big help. We had made arrangements with a taxi transfer service in Salzburg to pick us up at the airport. (www.mietwagenservice.at). This works ...
... The driver was very nice but spoke no English. I fell asleep after the first 45 minutes and woke up as he was driving into Seefeld. I was thrilled when he pulled into the Hotel Christina. Very, very nice. Our room is huge with beds at one end and nice sofa, table and another chair, plus desk with drawers and chair. There was a small cabinet on the side with shelving and then the large 3-door wardrobe. We had plenty of places to put all our stuff and ...
... is beautiful - lovely red stone and very symmetrical - very much like Philadelphia, actually, which is laid out in neat little blocks and is very small and tidy.
After our tour of Independence Hall, we walked down Market Street, where most of the shops were, and past Philly's modern city hall, to the JFK Plaza where the famous 'Love' sculpture is. Once again, we were surprised at how small it was; I think we've been spoiled with GIANT GRAND America over the past ...
... delish pig! One of the best laughs we had was picking up the pig from an Italian butcher shop called Cannuli Brothers in Little Italy...the guys working behind the counter were straight out of the Sopranos. They roused Nick & Todd and asked what a "pretty lady" like me was doing at a meat market....hahaha! After spending most of Sunday morning recovering from Nick's birthday party, Todd and I ventured over to Bobby Flay's Burger Palace.....the pic of ...