Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast
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... hunt so we divided into two teams (each with different tasks) and decided to meet up in an hour. While I didn't get to spend time with the bachelorette herself, I did have an amazing group of girls. (Side Note: all of Jess' bachelorette crew were friends she's known since HS. I'd met most of them before and over the years had developed friendships with a few, but this was the first time I was meeting some of them and seriously -- not that I'm biased -- Jess has the most ...
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 (8th 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 take ...
... sacred ground, but I talked about Valley Forge in my last segment. It's trip worth making, especially for the history buff. On to Philadelphia.
We were warned about the route into the city by the clerk at Valley Forge. An old highway, we were told, that would be jam packed with traffic. She was right. We got off the freeway and drove the suburban streets into the city - - probably not much faster but a much more interesting ...
... desperately tried to get the rules bent for us. We even pulled the "teacher card". After the Declaration of Independence was written and signed, the population in Philadelphia went from 23,700 in 1775 to 41,220 in 1800. Immigrants from England, Germany, Scotland, and Ireland began flocking to America. Ben Franklin started the American Philosophical Society in 1743. For over 250 years it has become a collaborative community for many to discuss and find economic and ...
... isn't really saying much considering the only Chinese food I've ever had came from Pensacola. Pensacola has horrible Chinese food.
The last thing I want to add is that Philadelphia kinda surprised me. I had always heard that it was full of history, culture, and art. I'm sure it is, but from what I've seen so far, it just seems like a really, really dirty city to me. No offense to any native Philadelphians who may be reading this, but I ...