Residence Inn Cherry Hill Philadelphia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... would assume it was replaced by the less attractive painting so that it could open up the courtyard for it is used for a number of gatherings and small concerts.
Straight on through the courtyard we walked, mainly...just to get to the other side. We entered the north archway beneath the Tiger Keystone and just inside were four magnificent columns standing tall. At the tops of each column were the sculptures of different builders of ...
... a tour of both and saw the building where the Constitution of the USA was signed. Still lots of tourists around. Macy's is in the old 'Wanamaker' Building, a beautiful restored building which has the oldest and largest organ, which was built for the World's Fair, in the USA with thousands of pipes and several keyboards played by an organist who gives daily half hour concerts (12 noon and 5:30 pm) in a tiny open but plexiglass ...
... Dick Malcom called me shortly after I announced my retirement. I told him I'd been called worse...and not so long ago too!!! Anyway lunch was good. I then dropped Sandy and Laura off to do their thing, and headed to the house of Betsy Ross. Remember her? She was a Philadelphia upholsterer who was "sanctioned" to make the first American Flag. Interesting life. Born to a Quaker family...married three times...husbands all died before her. And ...
... tours and internal flights go, they don't exist when Sarah and I travel - mainly because we're usually on such a tight budget. This trip we've decided to splurge on a three night, two day trekking tour through the jungles in/around Chiang Mai and will likely fork up the money for a full-day guide through Angkor Wat. With the exception of those two excursions, everything will be "self-guided" - with the help of a Lonely Planet guidebook, of course. Needless to say, all ...
... the whole intro in tears we walked out of the area and into the main part of the museum. They had videos going, interactive games, and voting polls, and they also had these posters on the wall that ask questions. Some of the questions would be like "How do you feel about __(Hot Topic)__, and it was so sad reading some of the answers. I could not believe how many people would go to this place, hear about the struggles we ...