Red Roof Inn Philadelphia Oxford Valley
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 12:45. I was starting to get a bit nervous as I still had to get back to change busses and then get back to the station. Walk from the station to the hotel to get my bags and walk back to the station by 13:55. I was really cutting it fine. But to be honest, if I missed my bus to Philly, it would've all been worth it. On our way back and once in DC again, we went passed the Pentagon. I started snapping away merrily until we were told that no photos ...
... 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!
... end to see a couple of the races and the carriage parade and check out the vendors. Four other teams showed up to work the event, so it was a nice little one-week reunion.
So let me tell you about our project. The Philly Rising Collaborative falls under the Serve Philadelphia Initiative which focuses on increasing volunteer and citizen involvement in the city. PhillyRising is specifically focuses on taking back neighborhoods that are plagued with ...
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!
... and still in operation...despite an extremely rickety ride and the odd plank rotting away from the tracks). After one ride, the girls very sensibly refused to go on it ever again. as for me - well, I couldn't resist the urge to tempt fate, and I won out this time, and had a fantastic ride (without any disasters). I even have a 'Cyclone' t-shirt, which is wonderful (alas, too late did I realise the possible connotations of the Cyclone's slogan, printed on the shirt: ...