Motel 6 Philadelphia Airport - Essington
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... No Kids. We passed by Central Park with its $20-million+ brownstones and every designer store imaginable. There was Rockefeller Center and the home of NBC, interesting for "Today Show" fans.
... per day plus the toll charge! Over 8 weeks this would have been very expensive. So far any toll charges we have been able to pay in cash.
Left New York City via the Holland Tunnel and then the Pulaski Skyway (Hwy 1). Some of the roads and underpasses looked rather old and tired.
Stopped at Edison for lunch supplies. This was one of the first shopping centres where we could get off the highway. We had been on a "safe corridor" going at 55 mph. ...
... was illegal but not standing off on the side of a grassy hill. I also read the comments of experienced hitchers and most agreed that Philadelphia was one of the toughest to hitch out of. Some suggested taking the "Juice train" (Tropicana freight trains) going down South others said to hop a bus. I say I will give it one last go before I do ride a bus up out of here. I have a plan.
There is a concrete ...
... way, the *slightest* bit of difference, I braved the elements and trudged home.
The rest of the day was unfortunately rained off, and I spent the time laptopping until pizza arrived that evening. As the day progressed I'd become a bit nervous. Picture the scene: a young graduate - fairly intelligent, more than a little lazy, attractive in a Benedict Cumberbatch-meets Haydn Christensen-meets-Maxi Iglesias-meets a young Willem Dafoe kind of way - is over ...
... their time there. The guards also wore covers over their shoes to muffle the noise as they walked the corridor. The contrasting system was the New York system, where prisoners worked and ate together (although in silence).
Later as the system was considered unusually cruel, as well as incredibly expensive to run, the prison changed to more closely resemble prison systems today. During the years it has housed a few ...