Quality Inn Philadelphia Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Zac was painfully hungover, but still managed to drag himself out of bed at 11. We took ketchup for a play in a nearby park, that we walked through for about 3ks before heading back along the river. Philly has some nice sculptures!We walked past little "Martha's vineyard" at boathouse row which is a collection of all of the rowing teams. The fashion is still ridiculous. We continued to a little dam and the Philly waterworks. I ...
... adults body. My legs didn't completely fit and I had the frame ride my shins instead of the reverse. This didn't deter my passion and we continued on the race cars!! Winnie the pooh's adventure and on buzzlight year's space ranger program - here I scored enough points to get the high score and title of galactic hero (my thumbs were numb by the end of that one!) We went thru the laughter factory at Monster's University and across the way into the stitch alien ride. I sat down ...
... Army Knife. The museum had great exhibits for all ages and I really appreciated the summer camp exhibit and the discussion of how discrimination in someways helped Jewish immigrants establish their own businesses and communities.
After the Jewish Museum I went to The Franklin Institute to see their exhibit on Pompeii. The quality of the artifacts was fantastic, I've never seen 2,000 year old items so well preserved. The biggest ...
... it was so hot, I kind of took my time. But it is always fun to do this.
We all got some ice cream before getting back on the bus and rested on the drive back to camp. When we got back to the dorms we all had to take showers though because we were so sweaty. It was the best shower ever as you can imagine.
This week we also had the mall on the Tuesday night, but that was my day off so I decided to go to the mall earlier and hitch a ...
... Gave him my remaining 20 peso coin, saying he had to return it to me should we meet up in 5 years. Asked about access to the blog and I told him to ask me in a year. He was an easy person to share a room with but I suspect tempermentally the Translator and I bonded the most on tour.
I 'clunked clunked clunked' the six or so blocks to the bus terminal. The bus pulled away at 1007. That same ...