Days Inn Berlin
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... about 10 blocks to my hostel and was greeted by an awesome guy with a beard and loads of tattoos. I went up to my room, online it said it was 16 bed, the biggest I was due to stay at to date, I wandered around and found my bed. 16 beds?! It was 16 BUNKBEDS, that's a whole lot of females in one space. I then proceeded to make a huge mess and go out for dinner to have one of the famous Philly cheese steaks, it was beautiful. Although the waiter did try and chat my ...
... can be buried with it. Scrumdidliumtious!
We all were gifted 3 hours of free time in Philly. Dehning, Amy and I wandered around and went to revisit the church from our walking tour and we also went back to Franklin’s house to go inside America’s first post office. We sent some postcards and were amused by the lady behind the counter who couldn’t add or count well at all. Her co-worker at one point said “You’ve gotta get ...
... br> Try learning about all the included apps of your cellphone. You can surf the Internet and listen to good music on your phone. You most likely also have a calendar. The more you understand your phone, the more you will be able to utilize the included tools.
The newest phones don't always need a protective case. These new phones use a lot of strong materials (like Kevlar) in the making of the phone. A case can add ...
... the U Penn campus across the Schuylkill river (pronounced skoo-kill... I think). I headed along the pedastrianised locust walk, past some fraternities to their freshman dorm, which I swear to God is the nicest student accommodation I've ever seen. I had high hopes to then weave my way down through the art museum towards downtown, but I only got far enough to get shouted at by a construction manager dismantling a Beyoncé concert on the grounds before it ...
... their 2 day old son who died are also lying in the same sight. In the old part of the Cemetry, the gravestones vary in shape and design and these are maintained by the families. However in the newer sections, each gravestone is exactly the same in design and size and is paid for and maintained by the state. It is estimated that the Cemetry will be filled to capacity by 2025. Currently there are 400 000 graves here. I was under the impression that ...