Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Mt. Laurel - Pacilli Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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It was a short, but successful week home in Philadelphia! I was only home for four days, but was very productive and made the most of my time off! I loved being home and really enjoyed my time with my family and friends. This week was the perfect time to get my life together and see all of my loved ones before flying off again.
My week consisted of spending time with family and friends, doing loads ...
If you haven't seen Rocky, the film then, shame on you, go and watch it right now! Ok so now you know about the training montage and the infamous steps. We could not come to Philliy without imitating the run up the steps. Look out for the video.
It is what it is, a statue of Rocky, with a few stalls with merchandise, homeless guys offering to take your photo, and a set of steps up to a fantasy clouded museum, which is probably good but we never went ...
... money every week/month from all those tiny intra new day swings. When you start day dealing to pay this bills the intrusion goes from a fabulous 6/10 to 9/10. Do not do it.
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... sitting all over town and huge equipment was filling them with snow to pack down and hose down and then next week they would become the snow carvings for the Snow Festival. There was a lot of snow in town and of course the gravel they spread all over. We went to a little restaurant that we knew had good gulaschsuppe and immediately had some along with a wine (me) and beer for Al. Then stopped at grocery store for some snacks, a tube REI for hand ...
... to fight for theirs. The next day was my last day in Philadelphia and I wanted to see Benjamin Franklin's printing press. After seeing the demonstration of how they made newspapers and broadsheets, I had time for a nice relaxing cup of coffee and to do a sudoku (or two!) under a lovely shaded gazebo. Half way through my coffee I hear this m************ and the next thing I know, I have this tree branch, as thick as my arm, 10 cm away from my head! ...