Staybridge Suites Philadelphia - Mt Laurel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Next we made our way in the rain over to Independence Hall. Joanna, a very charismatic park ranger, spoke to us about the history of this landmark and then showed us around. We learned that the building was first known as the Pennsylvania State House, built between 1732 and 1756. The Assembly Room was the site of ...
... the smell will make me dry heave. So as waves of nausea came over me I asked the cab driver if he could drive a little smoother, less harsh inputs on the controls, and I was met with a blank stare.
The GPS had led us to a remote wooded area, and up a narrow winding road. I could see the display on his dashboard and watched as we followed a serpentine path which eventually led back to our starting point. When we got there he headed up ...
... isn't really saying much considering the only Chinese food I've ever had came from Pensacola. Pensacola has horrible Chinese food.
The last thing I want to add is that Philadelphia kinda surprised me. I had always heard that it was full of history, culture, and art. I'm sure it is, but from what I've seen so far, it just seems like a really, really dirty city to me. No offense to any native Philadelphians who may be reading this, but I ...
Today was my first day in The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and I was meeting Chris who I first met earlier in the year. He was presenting at the Rapid Response System Conference in London which I had to leave early to present to the Roosevelt Scholarship Trustees and the Mayor; so much has happened since then! He emailed last night as their paper about implementing ...
... circuitous route (I had a little trouble accommodating the GPS's "turn right" and "turn left" commands in time), we got there, eventually. We ordered a sandwich to share with onions, mushrooms, and peppers (these had to be explicitly requested, albeit at no charge). This seemed a bit odd, but maybe "real" ones are just the bun, meat, and cheese and embellished to order. It was really good, although it seemed a bit light on the cheese. Also the meat wasn't chopped (as we were ...