Red Roof PLUS+ Philadelphia Airport
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... by us quickly and also Broadway, in fact we came away with very few quality photos since most had to be shot through the windows of the sometimes moving bus. Wall Street looked about as busy and hectic as we would have expected in NYC, the Cathedral of Capitalism.
... for Wes to see where to go.
Went to McDonald's to use their internet. Coffee and smoothie were the purchases. Booked into Choice Hotel near Essington airport in Philadelphia. Wanted to stay down town but could not get in.
Detoured off the route looking for a lunch spot. The road took us to a hospital but there was nowhere to pull over. A drive down Nursery Road in Ewing township New Jersey brought us to a wildlife corridor with a place off to ...
... for the weekend. When they got back to campus, all 12 of us were ready to go and hopped in the van. Josh started behind the wheel and the rest of us got cozy in the back. After about twenty minutes Raimundo realized he had forgotten his passport, which gave Josh the opportunity to get to know the van a little better and do an extra round of driving. At 5 we found ourselves cruising the highways of Massachusetts, on our way to Philly!! After a few hours of joking ...
Well after three full-on days exploring Washington, and yet another late, late night for our party boys, it was time to slow the pace down a little. We all, even Noah, enjoyed a sleep in today, and took our sweet time to head down to breakfast. (What a treat, to go downstairs, and have breakfast laid on, eat, then walk away!)
Just hung out in our adjoining rooms for a couple of hours then, while I caught up with this blog, and my ...
... grave wax, which contemporary people thought was soap.
- A cast of Chang and Eng; the original Siamese Twins
- Some slices of Albert Einstein's brain
- A piece of John Wilkes Booth's thorax
- A megacolon
- Loads of foetuses with various genetic abnormalities
- A wall of skulls from various races and nationalities, that were collected in order to study the differences between them.
The museum was awesome, and I would ...