Ramada Philadelphia Northeast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> The other iconic piece of history in Philadelphia is the Liberty Bell so we lined up for yet another security check at the The Liberty Bell Centre. It houses the 2080lb bronze bell that first rung out from the belfry of Independence Hall in 1753 & on other important occasions like the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. The bell inscription "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All ...
... agnostic on the question of whether any particular parental arrangements seem best for children. She has even been known to watch pornography with her boyfriend, at his coaxing, in part to show just how very laissez-faire she is.
Betty thinks food is a matter of taste, whereas sex is governed by universal moral law; and Jennifer thinks exactly the reverse. Most important, once again, is the difference in moral attitude between the two women on this subject ...
... is displayed at Union Station in Washington DC. We had a quick look at the Freedom Bell this morning before we boarded the train to Philadelphia.
Back on the bus again and we headed to the steps of the University of the Arts to see the statue of Rocky and to run up the steps! Its funny how you always remember things to be bigger than what they seem. 75 steps seemed like a mountain in the movie. I'll have to watch ...
... castle" / former convent that our great friends the Barschows own. It is such a remarkable building in excellent shape. A told me that before they bought it, it was owned by a contractor who had a penchant for restoration, and that's why it looks so amazing now. The Bs were so incredibly gracious and had the kitchen stocked to the brim, so we could not help but eat conveniently at home much of the time we were there. On Saturday morning, ...
... we went to see the Independence hall where we sat through a speech on American independence and Alex was heckled. We then met our friend a Holly and saw the liberty bell which was a long queue for a fairly anti climatic bell however was good to read up on. We then watched Germany win World Cup before grabbing a Philly cheesesteak and setting off for ...