Motel 6 Philadelphia Airport - Essington
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... the best, and are given full-scholarships so that they can perfect their craft. The performance was remarkable!
We have a very full schedule over the next few days, with very little free time. I think this is because it is a 3-night program, and the provider wants to fit a lot in. We have to get up at the crack of dawn tomorrow, so I should be signing ...
... of the exact address of the hospital (there are 4 different hospitals as part of the PENN network), so I asked the Air BnB host which one it was. She was very helpful and gave me walking directions. When I got there, no-one had heard of the therapist I was due to meet & it turned out I was at the wrong place! After making a few phone calls, asking the security guard for directions and a 20minute walk to the other hospital, I finally arrived! I ...
... men. They were really annoyed that they'd gone into a bar and that a drag show had started going on all around them. I think what distressed them the most was that it took them 20 minutes to realise it was a drag show.
NON SEQUITUR: One of my mate's friends was voted NAACP Woman of the year! (Or was it NCAA?) She beat some Olympic medalists to win this. Well done Liz!
We slept in pretty late. Grandma and Kevin got up before Laura and me and they went to Target (next door) for some snacks. We finally got moving about 10:00 am and after checking out, headed back into Philly for breakfast. First place we tried had a line out the door and a 45 minute wait. Plan B. Laura took us to the South Philly Tap Room. Got there just at opening time...11:00 am.
Great little place with some great ...
... A member took us on a walking tour into the back, unreclaimed land, and, seriously, I could have just imagined us machete-whacking our way through some jungle in search of Indiana Jones, or something! Occasionally, an obelisk of a gravemarker would rise above the trees. We did our part by removing invasive knot weed and sumac, planting native honeysuckle, and mowing. We also put our mental capabilities to the test figuring out what, exactly, could you take through a green ...