Plum Tree Inn Williamstown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... proceeding with increasing moral fervor into our own times via macrobiotics, veganism/vegetarianism, and European codes of terroir — has paralleled exactly the waning of a universally accepted sexual code in the Western world during these same years.
Who can doubt that the two trends are related? Unable or unwilling (or both) to impose rules on sex at a time when it is easier to pursue it than ever before, yet equally unwilling to dispense altogether with ...
... the city was packed and parking was a nightmare. I had called ahead and signed us up for a twilight walking tour of Independence Hall and the surrounding area for 6pm. With the parking nightmare, Tommy dropped us off and continued searching for a spot. Luckily, he finally found one and caught up with us at the Liberty Bell. Our guide was an older gentleman and very knowledgable. He took us around Liberty Square to see the first public library and ...
... to New Orleans, and the next stop is ‘YAZOO’ – Jus’ sayin’ like) Washington Square is also home to ‘The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier’ a memorial for soldiers of both sides during the revolution who were buried beneath. We also took a stroll down Elfreth Alley, (The oldest continually occupied street in the country) it was quaint and cute, and that is all.
We liked our hostel, and thought we would participate in a ghost tour ...
... I secretly wished that one or two people would trip on a step or two! On the walk back to the hotel we stopped at the Rodin Museum to see "The Thinker" cast in bronze. It is a very impressive sculpture.
We finished the evening with dinner at Maggiano's. Thanks to the Pedersen's for introducing us to this restaurant. The meal was a fitting end to a fabulous day in Philadelphia.
... some cheese.
We were FINALLY allowed to check in and we had a nap.
We left our hotel at about 6pm and got the subway to the sporting complex where we saw the Philadelphia 76ers take on the New Orleans Hornets. It was an entertaining game, complete with the world's biggest t-shirt cannons (they reached people all the way at the back in the third level!) and a great comeback from the 76ers (they were down by 20) but unfortunately Philly lost.