Ramada Philadelphia Northeast
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- Smoking rooms available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... delicious! So tasty! - I think we're going to enjoy the American food!
We also stopped off at the building which has the steps to the'Rocky' film. We put 'eye of the tiger' on really loud in the van with the doors open and ran up the steps like he does in Rocky (because we're really cool like that!)
After this we carried on driving until we got to a shop (which was massive) to do our first camp shop -we split into teams and ...
... was lovely. I didn't see anything else as nice after that. We didn't have dinner that night as we are now on a diet. So we went to bed absolutely shattered. The next day we sat down to eat breakfast and we were advised to go to the Art Museum by the lady we were staying with. She did a brilliant omelette with goats cheese in the middle. I said 'wow that was a great omelette Susan!' She replied 'oh I didn't know if you would like it because British people don't have very ...
... wonderful bits and pieces, all shown alongside illustrations of The Fairytales.
One of the big billed exhibits, is the ‘Soap lady’ whose body is encased in a rare soapy substance better known as grave wax (adipocere), which has something to do with body fat. She’s quite strange, and it’s kinda creepy that she looks like she’s laid with her mouth open as if she’s crying out.
There plenty of other amazing things ...
... That it has some great art museums, and great music, both which I would return to the city for. That the history contained therein reminds me of of how great our nation is. That is has some great people, and some great restaurants. That there is so much more that I would like to see, and would gladly be part of another Road Scholar program there again.
... July 14th, we heard that John had a rash and was going to the doctors, and Mary had a high fever. Later news revealed that the doctors said John could have Lymes and he was prescribed antibiotics. Mary's fever climbed to 105 by that evening.
What a horrible night sleep as I feared missing my 5:10 am train from Middletown. I was surprised to see 20 other people board the train with me, most dressed as professionals, ...