Sheraton Great Valley Hotel
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... an experience and what memories will carry on with me. The White House wasn't that exciting being stuck looking at it from the large iron fence at the road. All the monuments still being fresh in my mind strike up interesting thoughts and memories. The Washington and Lincoln monument in particular. The Korean War memorial seemed very real with the platoon on patrol thru the garden. All are wearing wet weather coats some looking out and other looking back to see they are ...
... you before the light turns green.
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By the time we got back to the hotel, we were a little nervy, and only saw a few blocks of downtown, and unfortunately no Rocky steps were ran.
Then came the morning of 03/22/2014, which started ...
... in. He is a big dog. we all had a photo at his desk. Then we went with Rich to the boardroom on the 45th floor, got vertigo from the view and planned world domination in the board room. lolz. It was so funny, and Rich was laughing along with us, he's a great guy.
we headed back to the house for Philly Cheese steaks before heading to the baseball match, clad in our Phillies gear we cheered on the Phillies for the three-hour match against the ...
... comfortable. In addition, I went after my volunteer work in two other museums: the first one was the Laogai museum based on the human rights in China and focusing on the Laogai which is a re-education prison system through labor for people who were dangerous or against the Chinese government. It was shocking, but quite interesting. It reminds me of the gulag Soviet or the Nazi with their extermination camps. The second one was the Museum of American History. If ...
... support team leader, Amelia, would be joining us for the day. PLUS, all the Philadelphia VISTA's - current and summer - would be volunteering with us, one shift in the morning and one in the afternoon (if that tells you how many there were!). AND Mike baked his cookies. It was a win-win day. Our clean-up site was Mt. Moriah Cemetery, which was huge (over 200 acres, possibly over 300) and quite old. There was a section of gravestones from the Civil War. BAM. There was a lot of ...