Motel 6 Philadelphia Airport - Essington
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... home especially for me. There is an alarming rate of homeless not only here but all over the entire nation. And it isn't the run-of-the-mill types any more, the dirty, old, scruffy bearded, smelling, alcohol/drug addicted person, no, now it is the young. Yesterday, I saw a young woman with a sign that read --> "Help me I'm homeless, cold, hungry, and miserable. I went to college only to find out that my profession was ...
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... to go back to Baltimore. Going back meant we had to wait for a diesel engine to come to tow us back, our train could not go that far in reverse, apparently. So more waiting but the gong show was at the station, all lines in the corridor were down and the backlog of passengers being turned away was part of the chaos but the returning trains added to the mess.
Amtrak turned out to be totally unprepared and stupid about ...
... So arrived finally at a scorching lot/ patch of concrete behind Philadelphia's 30th st station and I bolted straight into the subway.I got to E Oxford St in Fishtown in about 20 mins and met Sebastien at the rowhouse I will stay in for 3 days. It is stylish and cool ( in all senses) with very good a/c ... After a shower and rest I went to buy some food down by Girard st but at 94 degrees ...
... left along John F. Kennedy Blvd until we hit the intersection where we crossed over to JFK Plaza and cut through Love Park. In the center was a fountain with a red sculpture of the word: LOVE within it. L-O on the top, V-E on the bottom. We snapped a photo of ourselves with Jolene's cell phone with the sculpture behind us.
After passing through the plaza, we crossed Benjamin Franklin Pkwy which would lead us straight to the Philadelphia ...