TownePlace Suites Philadelphia Horsham
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... took the trip to Eastern State Penitentiary, the world's oldest 'modern' prison, which had now become little more than ruins. Despite this, the tour that was offered was excellent, and the prison itself was very eerie. Amusingly, the tour took us to Al Capone's cell, which had been restored to how it would have looked. The cell was much bigger than average, featured blankets, Persian rugs and a stereo system. In prison terms, he was hailed as a ...
Q: Concluding thoughts: This is a fairly open-ended question. You’ve just spent nine days in Guatemala participating in Spanish class, cultural activities and service learning projects. Can you summarize what this trip has meant to you?
This trip has been more than a spring break to me. Yes, I got to do some pretty awesome spring break activities such ...
We arrive to a home cooked breakfast............. what more could we ask for! After a day touring around Philadelphia running up the rocky steps and celebrating in the garden we knew the 11 hour over night bus journey was worth every second. Like they say, old friends die hard. Its been fantastic to catch up and meet the amazing Fiona - the cutest 4 year old in the world- who enjoyed practicing her British accent. We only wish we could have stayed for longer. ...
Monday was our second day for Universal Studios.
We started off my lining up for a new "Despicable Me" ride. It's a 3D simulator ride. It was a lot of fun.
Next up we went on the "Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit" roller coaster which had a really steep climb that scared the **** out of me. You got to choose a song from the playlist on your armrest that would play during the ride which was cool.
We then did a bunch of other rides including the "Twister" ride ...
... it’s going to feel like we’re just “picking up sticks.” It may be monotonous, it may be boring, you’ll wonder why on earth anyone would care that there’s a stick there at all and why are you picking them up anyway? But there’s always a reason, a why behind the what, that you might not see up close. There’s a bigger picture. We trust our Unit Leaders to place us in projects where our skill, our will, is needed. I ...