Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast
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Our optional afternoon excursion took us to the National Constitution Center. The visit began with a viewing ...
... harmony with the Creator,” or like the Catholics with their itinerant Lenten and other obligations, these previous dietary laws were clearly designed to enhance religion — not replace it.
Do today’s influential dietary ways of life in effect replace religion? Consider that macrobiotics, vegetarianism, and veganism all make larger health claims as part of their universality — but unlike yesteryear, to repeat the point, most of them ...
... superficialities, such as possessions and income and rank and other outworn conceptions. As long as these are kept intact, they are quite satisfied. But in the meantime they have entered a new relation; a powerful social force has caught them up. They themselves are changed. What are ownership and income to that? Why need we trouble to socialize banks and factories? We socialize human beings. - Adolf Hitler on Nazism and socialism
I wanted to show Spencer some of the parts of Manhattan where I used to live so we caught the subway down to Astor Place (8<sup>th</sup> St) and walked down St Mark's place. Like most of Manhattan, many parts of the East Village had changed but some had not changed at all. The new hotels on Bowery look amazing but many of the local bars in and around Alphabet City remain the same (Angel’s Share, Niagara, McSorleys, Odessa). I wanted to ...
... of the city. Plus, the whole city looks beautiful decked out for the holidays!
After I checked in, we met the group leader Fred for a brief introduction, and then headed to dinner at Davio's. It was superb! After dinner, we walked a few blocks to the world-renowned Curtis School of Music to see a student recital. The students at the Curtis are ...