Residence Inn Philadelphia Willow Grove
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... no interest in art. Apparently, it's one of the best art museums in the country. Who knew? Ironically, the main attraction in the area wasn't the museum itself, it was the statue of Rocky which stands outside the museum. An American woman poses for a photo with the statue before turning to her kids and saying proudly "Now I've eaten a cheesesteak and had a photo with Rocky. Now I've seen Philly." More on the cheesesteaks in a moment.
... not give out and freebies. I have to tell on myself. I Do Not! Like escalaters.(may not be spelled correctly) anyway one of the group leader s said, come on I'll stand in front of you, and Janet said I'll stand in back. And so they did. But was I happy to see an elevator to go back down. It was a very good day. ...
... embarked on a pub crawl. We started at a bar named Misconduct and then moved on to another called Tabu. We kept to our one drink per bar rule and then ended up at a restaurant named varellis for a yummy Italian dinner, after we headed to a pub called the good dog for a few drinks then were taken to another bar by some locals that we met there. After that bar, we headed back to the good dog to finish the night. On the 17th we checked out and are headed to point pleasant beach in New ...
... around and you think "This right here, right now is a perfect moment". I did not want it to end! I haven't had too many of these moments and I still remember that feeling I had when I basically did a 360 turn and took it all in.
Left about midday the next day headed back to NYC but I will not forget my 24 hours in Philly and I hope to go back soon to explore more of this amazingly diverse city.
... I started opening my eyes to see the community members who were walking by or stopping to see what was happening, people thanking us for helping or just hollering out the window, "keep it up!" as they drove by. Some started brining over their lawn mowers and weed whackers, or helping cut boards and dig once we started building the garden. One man even brought us over cake, another brought water. And I remembered something my Unit Leader had said to us during training, ...