Wingate By Wyndham Mt. Laurel/Philadelphia Area
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... shown one on Wed evening, so that may be up there soon.
Metlife Stadium is something like Etihad, but open, fortunately it was sunny. Funny(?) Thing is that a few had umbrellas almost as big as a beach umbrella, We had to move once as you could not see over the top. We sat at the very top level but there was plenty of seating - a bit cramped but OK. Brendan worked out where the shade would be for most of the day ...
... Samuel and his wife were movers and shakers
of their period and entertained every Founding Father and foreign dignitary
around. The house was save for
demolition in 1930 by the Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of
Landmarks. The rooms are beautifully
restored and furnished with pieces still owned by distant relatives of Samuel
... mainly the government or public services but shops and restaurants remain open. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 17 Number of States visited; 7 Number of hospitals visited; 7 Days spent at conference; 5 Number of journeys via aeroplane; 9 (10 322 mileage miles) Number of train journeys; 2 (117 miles-as the crow flies) Number of bus journeys; 32 Maximum temperature; 32 degrees Minimum temperature; -12 ...
... before it closed, then we got ready and caught a taxi to No Ka Oi Tiki tattoo ready for our appointments with Robert Alleyne, a guest artist doing a two week spot. He is usually an artist and owner of charmed life tattoo in Kentucky. Bobbie went first and had her Dahlia flower done on her shoulder. While I waited I walked around South street area. South street is the trendy part of town with heaps of great shops and places to eat. Nothing ...
... their time there. The guards also wore covers over their shoes to muffle the noise as they walked the corridor. The contrasting system was the New York system, where prisoners worked and ate together (although in silence).
Later as the system was considered unusually cruel, as well as incredibly expensive to run, the prison changed to more closely resemble prison systems today. During the years it has housed a few ...