The Anuva Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... we were all on our way and began to berate us with questions
"What are you doing here?"
"Who's coming to get you?"
"When are they coming?"
"Well they're late so I guess they're not coming...time to move out"
As the sun had now risen and the city was coming to life I went to find the bus to my host's place while 3 cops surrounded one guy and proceeded to give him a ticket.
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We had a bit of a stressful journey trying to squash ourselves and our rucksacks onto the subway at rush hour (I'm sure everyone hated us) but finally managed to make it to our 9.45am coach to Philadelphia. My (Jenny’s) Godmother Diane lives in Lancaster County which is about 1.5 hours away from Philadelphia. Diane and her husband Brian came to pick us up from the station and we drove home via a restaurant for lunch. Diane and Brian ...
... coins onto his and Deborah's grave. Of course we did...we're tourists!!!
Ben Franklin's grave is right on the way to see Betsy Ross's house. It was about three more blocks from Franklin's grave. I had been there on my baseball oddessy, but Sandy, Laura and Kevin had not. I thought they'd like it. And they did. Betsy Ross, of course was commissioned by George Washington, Robert Morris and Geoge Ross (related to her late ...
... in the courtyard for some speeches, snacks, and awards. All told, about 1,000 seniors were in attendance, along with their parents. So of course Micheal and I handed out some information for NCCC! Many schools here actually require or have classes focused on community service work, so these are the people we want: leaders with a passion to serve.
Finally the weekend arrived. The team met up with Andrew, the NCCC alum we had met during Love Your Park Week, and a ...