SpringHill Suites Philadelphia Willow Grove
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... overlooks on the rapids.
From Grand Falls we kept to the small roads paralleling the Potomac through spectacular countryside punctuated with some huge immaculately groomed states, as well as some subdivisions of “McMansions”.. huge brick houses on big grassy lots, but all of a modern ticky-tacky sameness.
Of course we are attracted to every ferry within hundreds of miles, so our next stop was White’s Ferry. This is a little cable ...
... moral code that he would have bind society against the problems created by exactly that pursuit, modern man (and woman) has apparently performed his own act of transubstantiation. He has taken longstanding morality about sex, and substituted it onto food. The all-you-can-eat buffet is now stigmatized; the sexual smorgasbord is not.
In the end, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the rules being drawn around food receive some force from the fact ...
So here I am at terminal E waiting to catch my Virgin America flight to LAX. I have only about 2.5 hours to get to my next flight once I arrive. Virgin America gave my bag priority status so I hope it all goes smoothly. I got lucky and got in a short line for security so ...
... After a night of dance battles and good music we only needed to cross the street to get into our beds and sleep for a solid 5 hours.
In the morning it was already time to say goodbye to Philadelphia, its great foods and its breathtaking skyline. We were happy to see that the van was still in the parking spot, untouched, and we were able to start our way back home. Driving to Philly had taken place mostly in the dark, so there was a lot more to see in the day ...
... t cut it. It was really nice though. Walking back through downtown we stumbled across a pop-up beer garden. I'm still a bit uncertain about the concept, but it seems like this company finds abandoned spaces, decks them out with pillow forts made of old pallets, drapes trees with fairy lights which somehow give everyone the appearance of someone else, and then sells overpriced beer in a friendly chilled out venue in the middle of the city. Another radiologist and ...