Ramada Philadelphia Northeast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... most powerful of all human drives.
One more critical link between the appetites for sex and food is this: Both, if pursued without regard to consequence, can prove ruinous not only to oneself, but also to other people, and even to society itself. No doubt for that reason, both appetites have historically been subject in all civilizations to rules both formal and informal. Thus the potentially destructive forces of sex — disease, disorder, ...
... printed out our boarding passes and stood in line to drop our bags. We got in one line and it wasn't moving very fast when an employee asked us to move to another. In the time it took one person to unload 2 of their 3 bags the line we had been in finished with the person in front of us and 2 people who had come after us. I made a comment to the employee that she had moved us and we could have been done by now and at this rate we would miss the cut off window ...
... places to eat dinner in the city for groups or dates. After Marrakesh we went to the Continental to drink on the rooftop and we ran into Tara (who recently moved from NYC to Philly for school) and had a blast hanging out with her. Eventually we all had to stumble home.
The next morning we were all slow moving. Sara, who works on a farm, brought local eggs, peppers and tomatoes so we made a delicious farm fresh breakfast. Some girls had to leave early to go back to ...
... of the authentic Philly Cheese Steak, sadly I found out during my time in the area, that the definition has been somewhat diluted. Anybody, it seems, can put dry crumbled beef on a bun, cover it with melted CheezWhiz and call it a PCS. The one I had in the hotel bar was so bad I only had 3 or 4 bites. The barkeep took it off my bill, and said it happens all the time!
So Philadelphia, the so called birthplace of the nation and city ...
... no marker to be seen, we soon stood in Section 13, Range 4, Lot 54, Grave #3, where Charles Di Pasquale Senior was buried 113 years ago.
On the way back to town, I mentioned that Charlie D. Senior lived on Fitzwater Street. Jusuf knew where it was and after a stop at Geno's for a Philly Cheese-Steak Sandwich (the best in the city, Jusuf said), we drove to Fitzwater Street where I photographed the building I think my step-grandfather lived ...