Residence Inn Deptford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the patient was in and sedated and just before the surgeon arrived. Despite the fact they were their cameras, they didn't know how to sync the TC between the units. The cams were pretty modern Panasonic P2's, full HD, small form factor but oddly most menu items were handled by a small remote control.
At some point as the both the owner and the DP flailed trying to set the cams for time of day TC, somebody muted the cameras. We had to lav mics, ...
... that contains the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier. During the Revolution, it was used to bury Colonial soldiers and afterward to bury the victims of the Yellow Fever epidemic. Overall, there are an estimated 11,000 people buried there.
I know the phrase is usually 'pushing up daisies', but the appropriate phrase for the people buried in this park is 'pushing up carrots' because for some stretch of time between the burials and the present day, ...
... me instructions to get to her place and assured me that Coco the dog would be sure to give me a warm welcome. Pit bulls get a bad press but this softie was no guard dog, I was met with melting eyes, a friendly sniff and a head on my knee for a good scratch. The bus trip had pretty much wiped me out and I crashed out for the next few hours until Stacy returned and we went to a great little vegan coffee shop - Grindcore. She suggested I check out South Street and I happily ...
... back to Old Town, where I caught up with my friends Julieanne DeSalvo and Ivan Jacobson over Cuban food. The former I had not seen in over a year since she graduated before me and the latter I had not seen in over two years because he had left Evergreen to go on to study at Philly's own Temple University. As with my friends back in Chicago, it was wonderful being able to catch up with them after so long. Hopefully I'll get to see either or both of them when I ...
... how prisoners on the Eastern part of the US were incarcerated compared to Alcatraz on the West coast! The prison was built in 1829 and was in operation until 1971. Even Al Capone was imprisoned here for about a year when he was arrested for assault and battery and the judge gave him a harsh sentence. Eastern State was the world's first true penitentiary, designed to "inspire" penitence in the hearts of criminals. Each cell had a sky-light but ...