Le Meridien Philadelphia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Meridien Philadelphia
The room was clean, fresh and modern. My room came with the view of the City Hall. Hotel is a walking distance from all major attractions.
Staff was friendly and helpful. I truely felt like home from home.
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Leaving Gettysburg, we drove through Amish country on the way to Philadelphia for our second encounter with the Di Pasquale clan. Time is always a problem when traveling and we didn't have enough time either for Amish country or for Philadelphia. But it is what it is.
Driving through the country side, we saw our fair share of horse …
... mark we start circling again. The pilot comes on the blower and announces 'the air field' is now closed so we start circling again.
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... only I did not have to have cave man hair. When arriving we decided to go and buy loads of beer and then sit down and watch the concert from a little hill. It was amazing, spending time with all the new people I had met, having a few drinks and watching the concert with lanterns and fairy lights all in the trees. During Nicki Minaj I was bursting for the toilet, so I wandered off with only my phone in my hand to find a toilet, on route Nicki Minaj stopped ...
... I started opening my eyes to see the community members who were walking by or stopping to see what was happening, people thanking us for helping or just hollering out the window, "keep it up!" as they drove by. Some started brining over their lawn mowers and weed whackers, or helping cut boards and dig once we started building the garden. One man even brought us over cake, another brought water. And I remembered something my Unit Leader had said to us during training, ...
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