Days Inn Philadelphia Brooklawn
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... was empty. We joined them in the room and continued listening as she shared some history of Betsy Ross. She was proud to be a Patriot and help the revolution cause. She made suggestions to the original design that George Washington had sketched and brought to her. She suggested a five point star rather than the six point, and also to put the 13 stars in circle. We set off for our hotel on the border of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Along the way we ...
... on the morning of Turkey Day. But maybe it all could have been avoided if they had just moved the big shopping day up a week.
Yes, I made a very similar argument a year ago (not that it was going to change anyone's mind), and I'll probably restate some of the same points this year (again knowing what little impact it will have) because I do think it's something worth starting a public discussion about.
... with the journey of the sun across the sky from east to west. As I am too following the sun for as long as possible, it feels good to have this story to accompany me along the way. Eventually my aimlessness found me eating a subway sandwich next to Rodins' sculpture 'The Thinker' - where ironically I too found myself thinking about how my unplanned day had found significance both in people and places. A movie, beer (free!) and ...
... flight we watched 2 episodes on the new Boardwalk empire I had downloaded. We arrived in Mexico late again, 11pm, got through immigration, got our money exchanged, got in a taxi and drove to our hotel. This time we were staying at hotel diligencias, when we got out of the taxi and out the front there was a homeless man sleeping right out the door, and when we went to open the door to our horror it was locked shut. Luckily a man came out and let us in, he spoke good English and ...
... the exact spot where he stood. Also, being there gave me a very strong desire to watch Forrest Gump again for the scene where Jenny wades across the Reflecting Pool.
After the tour I walked all the way back past the Washington Monument and down the National Mall to the National Museum of the American Indian. Since I was starving I had lunch at the Native Foods Cafeteria inside the museum which was pretty cool. It was divided up by region and you could ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services