Hampton Inn Philadelphia / Willow Grove
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 9 corridors the appeared to be endless! As you wondered down the corridors stories were told of prisoners and each cell just looked like it had been abandoned with beds and furniture still within. Some had been painted by prisoners - the Chaplains offices had also been painted by an in,are who found himself and turned to God and Art, through these painting he reduced his 3 year sentence to a year! Al Capones cell had been recreated and looked somewhat impressive ...
... needed. So anyway, up we went northward into the Powelton neighborhood. We found a corner store and popped in to check it out. We bought an apple (part of a new fresh fruit in corner stores program to combat the "food desert" phenomenon) and N nearly leapt out of the carrier to go pet the resident cat (thank goodness for those nice strong straps!). The kitty tolerated his petting and even a few hugs quite well. Our zoo day was off to a ...
... few pictures of it and then ended up touring a few of the other parts of the building since I couldn't see the main hall.
They did have some fairly interesting exhibits about Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence. I even sat down with some kids and traced part of the Declaration. We made the discovery that none of us had handwriting anywhere near as good as Jefferson did. In fact, some of those kids had better handwriting than I did. It was ...
... their lives. It turned out the staff thought the same thing & felt they weren't getting to follow up some of their patients who didn't realise or forgot to organise their follow up care; often turning up weeks down the line with complications. The trauma centre had a nurse practitioner whose sole responsibility was practice development and service improvement. She showed me how she received data on all the trauma patients -complications during the stay, ...
... completely over it. But we got to the end and when I looked at the finished product I was so blown away, it looked incredible! He nailed it, it was better than I could have imagined. Once we finished they took lots of photos, Robert seemed stoked he had got to do some great pieces, telling me earlier he had only done small, ****** things while he was there. By the time we got out it was after 10pm, we had been there for 9 hours, been ...