Inn of the Dove - Bensalem
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- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Indoor pool
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... There was 13 pitchers used ... Home Team Record; 12-8 ... Next Game: Tomorrow in Toronto, eh
Distance Traveled: 11,387 miles
Stadiums Visited: 20
Sight of the Day: The Philly Phanatic's antics. Honorable Mention The Liberty Bell and Utley's walk-off homer
Quote of the Day: "We have a nosebleed in the nosebleeds" - Kid near me whose friend got a nosebleed that didn't stop for 30 minutes.
Q: Concluding thoughts: This is a fairly open-ended question. You’ve just spent nine days in Guatemala participating in Spanish class, cultural activities and service learning projects. Can you summarize what this trip has meant to you?
This trip has been more than a spring break to me. Yes, I got to do some pretty awesome spring break activities such ...
... It was kinda sad, as he wasn't really hurting anyone, but he obviously needed some attention. Philly itself was kinda grimy, from what I could tell. I got a cheap ($12 with $3 tip) haircut from an Asian hairdresser. The guy obviously didn't know what to do with thick hair and he had a hard time styling it. It was disappointing, but I felt obliged to tip. It was still raining when we went to see the Liberty Bell. It was OK. Nothing ...
... for our tickets (which are free, but timed) and it gave us enough time to grab some late lunch of hotdogs. We then popped over the grounds to the building which houses the Liberty Bell.
The Liberty Bell is iconic in the American psyche; it represents a symbol of American independence, as there is an old story that it was rung on the July 4th, 1776 to mark the vote for Independence (although actually it wasn't rung at all, but for some reason this has stuck). It ...