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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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I was checking out today so to speak, so i said bye to kate, who had to work, and then dragged myself out of bed to get some brekky.I Saw the google maps street car on 58th street on my way to get food, but im still not google maps famous just yet. After a little walk around, i went back to kates, picked up my stuff and got on bus to Philadelphia. The journey was easy, and I arrived in philly just before the sun was goin down. I anticipated that my walk wouldnt be too long, ...
... delightful! Of course I couldn't eat all of it so I took it to go, stupidly leaving it on Lee's coffee table later during my nap, her puppy ate it :/ After lunch we walked around a bit and ran into a columbian funk band playing on the street. My heart melted... not only were they wonderful musicians, they were adorable. We later found out that Lee's friend was friends with them and after I left she got to see a live show! After exploring, we went back to her ...
... to. The Horseshoe Curve is a stretch of railroad that is almost like a switchback, but since you are in a train, you can see the caboose end of the train if you look out of the window facing the inside of the curve. It's also pretty high up and on an edge, so the views are supposed to be spectacular. Of course, I not only sat on the wrong side, but there was also a freight train between us and the edge, meaning that I saw diddly squat. *sigh* I ...
... to look like fire engine, trains, rainforests or underwater scenes etc) and children generally aren't transported in wheelchairs but ride in trolleys that look more like something that they would play in at school. The other area that is vastly different is the level of sickness of the patients on the wards and the number of staff working. As they have many more intensive care beds they are transferred there earlier ...
... to fight for theirs. The next day was my last day in Philadelphia and I wanted to see Benjamin Franklin's printing press. After seeing the demonstration of how they made newspapers and broadsheets, I had time for a nice relaxing cup of coffee and to do a sudoku (or two!) under a lovely shaded gazebo. Half way through my coffee I hear this m************ and the next thing I know, I have this tree branch, as thick as my arm, 10 cm away from my head! ...