Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Philadelphia Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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It was too early to check in so we left our car in the parking lot and caught a bus downtown. First stop was the Independence Visitor Center in Independence National Historical Park to get a ticket to visit Independence Hall. It's free to visit but you have to get a ticket with your tour time. Then we went to the National Constitution Center which was really ...
We drove to Drexel from Allentown. We had a bit of a late start and under estimated the parking by Drexel. Hence we missed the informational session as they wouldn't let us join late. That said we took the campus tour. The weather was a cold 40 degrees plus a breeze. We were under clothed but pushed through. The tour guide was probably the weakest of the many that we had so far. He would show us a building - say a couple of things - then ask if ...
... to the famous Reading Market. My word! What an absolute smorgasbord of choices! There were soooo many stalls featuring sooo many different ethnicities of food! Indian, Cajun, Chinese, Mexican, the list goes on! There were stalls of fresh fish, fresh meat, olives, olive oil, and a huge selection of fresh fruit and produce. It was rather overwhelming to a certain extent. After perusing many of the stalls, Jen and Hayley bough some olives and we headed to our ...
... Unto All The Inhabitants Thereof" has become a symbol of freedom & Liberty for many other countries too.
We also visited the Franklin Court complex where an underground archeology site beneath the courtyard shows the house foundations where Franklin lived from 1763 to his death in 1790. In the Centre there is a section ...
... what is driving it.
As much as you want
The dramatic expansion in access to food on the one hand and to sex on the other are complicated stories; but in each case, technology has written most of it.
Up until just about now, for example, the prime brakes on sex outside of marriage have been several: fear of pregnancy, fear of social stigma and punishment, and fear of disease. The Pill and its cousins have substantially undermined the ...