Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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The past few nights have been emotional ones. Jessie and I have tried to fight off many tears saying all those goodbyes to all the ones we love here in Philadelphia and New Jersey. The tying tight of loose ends surely came down to the wire as many of things in my life do. It was tough saying 'see ya later' to the k9 companions that made the beat around the city with me almost every day for a year, knowing that I can't catch up with them or try to skype ...
... the Independence Hall. We visited the Signer's Garden. Dedicated to those who risked their lives for American Freedom. The Signer's Garden is located in south 5th street and Chestnut street. The next stop was the Philosophical Hall. Oldest scholarly in the U.S. In 1783, APS members voted to construct a building in which a building in which meetings can be held. The Nation's first public library and the former Library of Congress. The Library Hall was founded in ...
... 8217;t even go to bed since they had class at 8:30.
I got about 2 hours of sleep, not nearly enough. I went to class, then came back and napped for a few hours. We got dinner at Mezes (where we go for family dinner on Friday) and then afterwards had girls night. I decided not to drink but I still went out and had a fun time with everyone. There was about 16 of us. We started at Alexander on bar street and then migrated down to other bars. I left around 1:30, and a few of ...
We ended the day at an after school program and this group of kids just absolutely made our day. They wanted to ask J.P. lots of questions before he did his program, so he went ahead and let them ask their questions. The questions were some of the most insightful ones we’ve heard from adults and kids alike: “Why do you have a black dot on your chin?”, “Why do clown noses look different on every clown?”, “This is more ...
... was so much to be done, and we had so many visitors wanting to say goodbye, I didn’t have time to think about the importance of the day. Notwithstanding the hectic packing process and how overweight my bags were when checking in to leave South Africa, I will never forget almost half of our prefects walking a few miles from the township to the airport to say goodbye to us. They also waited for about an hour for us there, because we were running a ...