Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Plymouth Meeting
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... of opinion, and every difference in lifestyles or behaviors, leads to violent conflict via "government" coercion. Civilization, a state of peaceful coexistence, is not the result of everyone believing the same thing, but of people agreeing to refrain from initiating violence, even against people who do not believe the same things. "Conservative" statism, just as much as the "liberal" version, guarantees perpetual strife and ...
... George Washington lived in while President. He was a man of great wealth and gave a lot of his money to the Revolutionary War. He was one of only 6 men to sign the Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Articles of Confederation.
On our way to the First Bank of the United Sates we made a couple of stops. The first being at the Todd House. This was the home of John and Dolly Todd. John died during the epidemic of Yellow Fever in 1793. ...
... trip was rather uneventful, with Scott, Chris and Tom arriving on the 17th, and Steve Van Meter arriving tomorrow on the 18th.
The Luxor hotel wi-fi was non existent, so we had to resort to the questionably OSHA approved wired connections. I guess $20 a night isn't enough to put in wireless routers, but the rooms are nice for that price.
... up to the Eastern State Penitentiary (the first penitentiary and where Al Capone was imprisoned!) It was really interesting; when it first opened prisoners were kept in complete solitude and silence for their whole sentence which could be up to 3 years!! We also learnt about the escape attempts and even a dog who was sent there for killing a cat!!
Next we went to find the Rocky steps, like true tourists! But as we were looking we found a really nice park behind ...