Ramada Philadelphia Northeast
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- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Banquet room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... restroom had little football goals where the drain was. No such fun in the women’s restrooms!
As it was right across the street, and Julie remembered reading something about it being quite ornate, we popped into Macy’s before heading back to the station on the subway. It’s the swankiest Macy’s I’ve ever been in. Some of the halls looked slightly overstocked and jumble like, but the main atrium is a sight ...
... After this we walked down the famous South Street to Mosaic Gardens, this was unique art designed by Zagar, with over 250 murals around the city, the gardens being the largest display. We conveniently arrived as the sun was going down which made the gardens even more amazing to see! Directed by our enthusiastic receptionist we searched for Phillys local cuisine of choice, a cheesesteak. Walking down ...
... ran the steps as part of his workout and we were told people still emulate that scene. There was a beautiful, though a bit cloudy, view of the city skyline from the top.
Our driver, Clark, dropped us off at Reading Terminal Market for lunch. I cannot begin to describe this place! What kind of food do you like? It is bound ...
... clearly adheres to a traditional Judeo-Christian sexual ethic. Thus, for example, Mr. Jones next door “ran off” with another woman, leaving his wife and children behind; Susie in the town nearby got pregnant and wasn’t allowed back in school; Uncle Bill is rumored to have contracted gonorrhea; and so on. None of these breaches of the going sexual ethic is considered by Betty to be a good thing, let alone a celebrated thing. They are not even ...
... admiring the architecture and stopping in at the John Lennon memorial. Had a pizza slice for a snack when we couldn't walk anymore then we caught the tube south for a drink the oldest drinking establishment in New York, apparantly it is the oldest continuously running bar/restaruant called Pete's Tavern where the bar staff where American and Irish, the greeter was a snooty student who should really realise she is front of house in a bar not bloody fine dining ...