Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Warminster/Doylestown
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Have stayed here numerous times -- and will continue to. Staff and accommodations always A+++++.
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There was also a plaster cast of Cheng and Eng, the famous siamese twins who were actually Chinese.They were joined at the abdomen. On their death, their family permitted an autopsy and it was discovered that the tube which joined them contained only some liver tissue and they could have been separated. They were farmers who married sisters and had 21 children (10 and 11). They ran two separate farms and spent ...
Barely slept all nights after being locked out the main hostel where my room was so shared with Wanda in her female dorm on a ****** old tiny bed where I didn't manage sleep all night. Feeling completely sleep depraved coupled with the DOMs onset from the bike ride, ed and I decided to catch the train home to the dismay of our German friends. At the station we missed the train giving me an hour to ...
... and so my trip through Love Park was not too pleasant. Despite the cold though, everyone was celebrating and partying because of President Obama's victory. Being a city with over 5 colleges and lots of young people, it was obvious that the city was in favor of Obama, the more progressive of the two candidates. I remember passing by Drexel's campus and witnessing a crowd of people like I had never seen. It was very inspiring, and a perfect setting to be in the "city of brotherly ...
... a bus home to Virginia so I wandered in no particular direction and came across a great big sculpture depicting the struggle of humanity - I loved its connectedness and chaos both in form and function. Love Park was my next encounter which you will all recognise and is representative of the brother & sisterly love that Philly is known for. I then met Lou in the Cathedral of St Peter & St Paul - who genuinely exudes the ...
Well, we ventured into Philadelphia today. Our first stop was Independence Hall. I can't quite put it into words. First of all it was entirely too rushed of a visit. It's one of those experiences that I would have loved to have savored and contemplated for quite some time; however, we were with a tour guide who herded us through on his time. It was a strange feeling knowing that we were in ...