Days Inn Philadelphia - Roosevelt Boulevard
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... and history, Philadelphia was a place I quite looked forward to visiting and although there is a lot of hypocrisy and controversy within US politics and history, I still find the Liberty Bell to be a powerful symbol of the ideals that are important to humanity: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness... There was a large queue to get in but it only took about 15 minutes, and the building itself, although quite small, ...
She took me to morimoto's restaurant for dinner. Gasp. Omg.
7pm seating at the restaurant that keeps on changing colors and has dildo shaped light bulbs. Never imagined that I'd be excited to go to such a restaurant, but such is life.
We opted for the $120 ppax omakase testing menu. Here goes:
Toro tartar in dashi broth. Tamamomo (mountain peach) to cleanse palate after course.
Kumamoto oysters in 3 sauces: Japanese orange salsa, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking