Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Mt. Laurel - Pacilli Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... food are joined at the root. The fact that Fielding’s scene would go on to inspire an equally iconic movie segment over 200 years later, in the Tom Jones film from 1963, just clinches the point.
What happens when, for the first time in history, adult human beings are free to have all the sex and food they want?
Philosophers and artists aside, ordinary language itself verifies how similarly the two appetites are experienced, with many of the ...
After another delayed journey from Mystic we arrived in Philly where we met Jared and went to our hostel. Our hostel was just outside the city and the place was class. It was an old mansion which had fantastic facilities (including a table football table) and was decorated with its original period furniture- pretty cool place for a hostel! We went out ...
Scott and I are avidly getting ready for the trip! Overall, we're very excited, but there is a ton of last minute things to do and choices to make. For example, here are some dilemmas that we faced recently:
ipad vs laptop: my iPad would be so nice and light. However, it only holds 16 Gb of memory (which equates to only 2 or 3 high-quality, downloaded movies). In contrast, my macbook air could hold 50 movies and I would not be as limited in other areas ...
... a group of State Heads met here and on July 4th 1776 after much debate, signed the Declaration of Independence which signaled the beginning of America's emancipation from Britain. War between the two countries ensued for several years, ending in 1783, and then in 1787, as a country in it's own right, the constitution was written and signed again in this very building. So from it's humble beginnings, it has become an icon in US ...
... Declaration of Independence. Nearby is Betsy Ross’ House. Betsy is best known as the seamstress who created the country’s first flag in June 1776 during the Revolutionary War. This was done in secret as it would have been seen as treason by the British army. Her home was fascinating to explore, set up as it would have been in her time. Tiny staircases led visitors over the three levels of the home and was shared ...