Hyatt Place Philadelphia / King of Prussia
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... I was visiting. There isnt a lot of hip hop in Maine but I found one rapper called Spose. He has a track of the same name but his use reference to not being taken seriously as a rapper because of being from Maine. Here's a link. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gHoXgw3soE 8&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DgHoXgw 3soE8 Anyway the statement came true when I tried to get ...
... br> When we finally got back, and headed up to the room to change from our soaking clothes, we found that both kids...were still fast asleep in their beds. Completely unaware of the little adventure we had shared in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia museum of art, ran up stairs, guy didn't care, Washington Monument sculptures magnificent, rained on the way back. Jolene said she liked when I got that whateverhappenshappens attitude. Kids slept through it ...
... day. Unfortunately, the next day both our drill batteries died halfway through! SO. Some of the Center staff will attempt to finish that portion on their own, but we may stop back on an early finish day to wrap up that project.
That Saturday was also an ISP day at Girard Cares service day. Girard College is kind of a private school for kids in single-parent homes. Their percentage of kids who graduate and are accepted at a college is 98%. Pretty ...
... quite the Muttley laugh when he’s trying to hide the fact that he’s giggling at me!
We planned on doing the full bus circuit today and using the ticket tomorrow to hop on and off at the places we wanted to get a better look at. We were whipped past places like City Hall, the Rodin Museum with a replica of ‘the Thinker’ statue out the front, the Betsy Ross House and Love Park. We also learned that one of the nicknames for the city ...
... it has the distinction of being America's first true melting-pot, over a century before the mass migrations of the late-19th and early-20th centuries confered that title onto New York. Philadelphia was the first city - as far back as 1804 - to ordain a black priest, an incredible achievement considering that blacks in some states couldn't vote de facto until the late-1960s. Even when the city was still ruled by London, it was the only place in the British ...
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