Red Roof Inn Philadelphia Oxford Valley
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... to work in the Birchmere building when it was a photo processing facility. He now wholesales wine. Kevin is here for a good time and a loud time.
At 8.00 pm the doors open, we rush in and grab seats front and centre 2nd row. Excellent. The TLA is a great venue, an old converted cinema, think Fremantle Metropolis. The crowd builds up quickly and is excited. As usual there is a lot of testosterone in the air, although considering the average age a lot less ...
... not choose seat mates, what you CAN do is pretend tachycardia or dementia and ask the lovely flight attendant in the blue uniform to change your seat! If you can't find a good reason... LIE! be creative! Don't end up trapped next to an old white-haired guy whose snores echoes every 24 seconds!
Most important: It's not about the destination... It's about the trajectory that takes you there!
... about her life as well. She showed me photos of her grandson on her iPad, who, by chance, was the reason she was riding the bus: she was trying to find a cheap alternative to plane rides, so he could visit her at the Shore this summer, where she lives. He, like my brother, plays lacrosse. We also talked about traveling, and Europe (she's been to Oktoberfest!), and the party she's hosting at her house next week.
Helen was a wealth of information. She ...
Don't even trust your own shadow!
Please ask the server or cook on duty the exact ingredients of the food. If a friend tells you "They are green beans", DO NOT BELIEVE HIM! If you eat out please make sure you don't trust TV ads!... They can be tricky and misleading!
... all the staff members have been cordial. Only negative is that the décor is a bit dated but we can live with this.
For our first evening in Philly the itinerary I put together was a short trip around our immediate area. We were two blocks from Love Park, home of Robert Indiana’s famous bright red LOVE sculpture. Of course we had to get a round of pictures there. Seems the park is hangout for teen-age youngsters on Friday nights so with two young ...