Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia / Fort Washington
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... N ate his apple snack on my back, the juice dripping down onto my arm once in a while... We enjoyed a typical Philly cityscape on our walk - piles of discarded household goods littering the sidewalk, dignified brownstones juxtaposed with the occasional abandoned building, public buildings decorated with inspired murals, a patch of grass or London plane tree here or there. The bridge across the train tracks was particularly ...
... millions of hands of all sizes (the kids lined up too) we were ushered in and invited to sit down where the arrangements for the morning were outlined. Each of the visitors had been assigned to work in the field with a local. Helen and I were with Juan and Ester Rivas - he Spanish she has Korean parents in South America. We were sharing in the invitation work for the New Jersey convention on the weekend. ...
I bet almost everyone knows somebody who has been to "the Dominican Republic". Maybe you or someone you know has visited the beautiful white beaches and sapphire clear blue water of the beaches in Punta Cana, Puerto Plata, or even Juan Dolio and can't wait to enjoy the year-round sunshine and warm weather. However, before you book that next all-inclusive beach resort vacation, why not take a look at some of the other wonderful things the island has to ...
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First impressions of Philly were great, it's like some of the snazzier bits of London and feels like a city but with the intimacy you get in cities like the diff. We had dinner, and choc chip cookies and I had to go to bed, cuz me and Jo had slept at the airport to save money the night before and I was toasted.
The next day, Alex was still around for the day as he had taken the day off and we went downtown on the 'L' ...
You probably found that I visited a lot during my first month here. But you know what? I'm not done yet!
Last Saturday, my host family brought me in Philadelphia for a day. It was quite amazing! Ok, I didn't visit the town a lot, but I saw the main attractions, I guess. Our first stop was in a snack place which became popular with the years: Tony Luke's. The food of this restaurant is named THE food of Philadelphia because you can't find it anywhere else. ...