Hilton Garden Inn Philadelphia / Fort Washington
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... warning in the area, in fact. I saw a tree across the street get hit by lightning and explode, so that was exciting. The sky got really dark, the wind was blowing hard and the power went out briefly. Some water started leaking in at the chimney area because it was pouring down rain so ********ce they got that checked out, and the lights back on for the turtles, the storm had subsided some with only the flashes of lighting remaining. ...
... American home cook in 1958. She likes making some things and not others, even as she prefers eating some things to others — and there, in personal aesthetics, does the matter end for her. It’s not that Betty lacks opinions about food. It’s just that the ones she has are limited to what she does and does not personally like to make and eat.
Now imagine one possible counterpart to Betty today, her 30-year-old granddaughter Jennifer. ...
... was better than a burger and chips followed by ice cream. We walked with our ice creams through Franklin Square and sat for a while, then back to our favourite chill place, the hammock park. It was much less busy so we sat there for most of the afternoon. Whilst the wifi was good we skyped Phil's friend Keil for a while which was really nice. It's so cool that you can see and speak to someone so far away!! Our tea wasn't too great as we chose a stall at the park. It ...
... hot summer's day so we found it hard to imagine what it would have been like there in the middle of winter with several feet of snow on the ground. None of the original huts remain as once the army had moved on local farmers deconstructed the cabins, over time, to use the wood for other buildings or fuel. The stone farm house that George Washington used as his headquarters is still there and has been fitted out as it would have been at that time. Afterwards, Tom dropped ...
... of Independence is when the 13 American Colonies that were at war with England would regard themselves as independent states and would no longer be part of England, this happened on July 4th 1776 (hence Independence Day).
The Liberty Bell was originally in the steeple of Independence Hall. Legend has it that the Liberty Bell became famous when an aged bell-ringer rang it on July 4, ...