Red Roof Inn Philadelphia Oxford Valley
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Philadelphia is the city where American Independence all began, the "birthplace of America". The amount of history in the old part of the city is really quite interesting and special. Philadelphia saw the convening of the Continental Congress as well as the writing of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Shortly after the nation's inception took place ...
... 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!
... their jackets to reveal his and hers matching tracksuits, each emblazoned with a picture of Sly Stallone on the back ... she looked pretty embarrassed, clearly this was a dare, or anniversary/birthday treat for a rather odd boyfriend.
Philadelphia is a big jazz town, and there are lots of places to check out some live music. Our hotel's concierge recommended Chris's Jazz Cafe ... we headed down late and they asked us to pay ...
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!
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