Quality Inn Philadelphia Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... shorting himself out of tip, who was I to argue, that wasn't the most pleasant of rides either!
Fortunately the facility where the install was taking place that afternoon was walking distance from the Hilton, that was the reason I had chosen that property. I showed up late for the install as I had some matters to attend to, but I knew the video crew had already done a site inspection and they had said they didn't need my help to load ...
... to. The Horseshoe Curve is a stretch of railroad that is almost like a switchback, but since you are in a train, you can see the caboose end of the train if you look out of the window facing the inside of the curve. It's also pretty high up and on an edge, so the views are supposed to be spectacular. Of course, I not only sat on the wrong side, but there was also a freight train between us and the edge, meaning that I saw diddly squat. *sigh* I ...
... one extra feature: The waitstaff are training to be opera singers. Every 15 minutes or so, one of them breaks out into an aria! We were given a small menu to select from, and the food was excellent.
After such a busy day, and having to travel tomorrow, it is good that tonight is free. I'll use this time to get ready to leave tomorrow, and rest. We have a few activities tomorrow, and then it will be time to hit the ...
... enjoyed my time in the City of Brotherly Love. And with this going to be my first time back in New York City since October 2008, I'm looking forward to making the most of my time there between now and until early Sunday evening, when I leave for Paris. Thankfully, I will be back there a second time from July 30 until August 3rd, so I do not feel pressured to immediately get a lot done in town before heading across the pond. To be continued.......
... how prisoners on the Eastern part of the US were incarcerated compared to Alcatraz on the West coast! The prison was built in 1829 and was in operation until 1971. Even Al Capone was imprisoned here for about a year when he was arrested for assault and battery and the judge gave him a harsh sentence. Eastern State was the world's first true penitentiary, designed to "inspire" penitence in the hearts of criminals. Each cell had a sky-light but ...