Rodeway Inn Center City
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... as to WHAT WERE YOU DOING IN HIS ROOM AT MIDNIGHT? I kicked you from my house because you prostituted yourself to my roommate. What you did was very disrespectful to me and completely disgraceful to what this organization stand for. If you had met the guy outside of my house, I wouldn't have no problem with that but my roommate? And it's not that you have known him from anywhere. Just less than 20 minutes and you are already in his bedroom without even checking on me as your host ...
... both Rachel and Anna were up just before we left, so we got to say goodbye to them properly too!
Philadelphia is a great city with a very cool vibe. It's definitely been a highlight of the travels so far, made even more special by catching up with Cassedy and meeting Julia, Anna and Rachel. We're both really grateful for your generous hospitality and for making us feel like part of your extended family. Thanks so much and we will definitely see you ...
... 6pm we cooked dinner and watched TV.
Roast chicken dinner was delicious! And now, we are all curled up watching a trashy movie with some scrummy drinks we got from a build your own six pack liquor store yesterday!
It’s been a much needed rest day. Tomorrow we will go out and look around the city a bit. Will be sad to leave on Monday, but hopefully the next place will live up to Philly so ...
... we were going the wrong way - no more relying on other peoples directions, we'll stick with the GPS in future! After that detour we eventually arrived at Penns Landing. We took a short walk along the waterfront to admire the 1.8 mile Benjamin Franklin Bridge. It was the world's largest suspension bridge when completed in 1926, it spans the Delaware River connecting Pennsylvania to New Jersey. It was ...
... to sit around the table and talk to family. It was great to have Pa Mike and MR there too so that Spencer could tell them all his news of the trip and what’s going on at home and at school. After a few glasses of red we watch a Phillies baseball game before crashing to bed. The next day Pa Mike and MR came back over to Mark and Melissa’s and we went for a drive around Chestnut Hill. It is a beautiful part of Philadelphia – ...