Motel 6 Philadelphia - Mt Laurel
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After a weary start Christine and I head to her college and work to finish some chores. She works on an airspace filled with helicopters which is pretty cool. Philidelphia is beautiful, tall trees and really pretty landscapes. It's a great time of year to be here. After some lunch at The Italian Market we head to the centre of Philidelphia. She gives me a whistle stop tour of the historic bits of Phili and mainly tells me ...
... Jess' favorite Moroccan restaurant in Philly located down the sketchiest alleyway off of South Street. Marrakesh is completely authentic from the decor (tapestries, pillow seats) to the food (communal dishes eaten only using your hands) to the entertainment (belly dancers roam around to keep you entertained, they'll even teach you how to make your body move ... again, check out the photos section for Jess' debut). In true Philly style, Marrakesh is also BYOB but is one of ...
... that contains the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier. During the Revolution, it was used to bury Colonial soldiers and afterward to bury the victims of the Yellow Fever epidemic. Overall, there are an estimated 11,000 people buried there.
I know the phrase is usually 'pushing up daisies', but the appropriate phrase for the people buried in this park is 'pushing up carrots' because for some stretch of time between the burials and the present day, ...
The rest of the week was spent observing more elements of the PENN trauma centre. Everyone has been so helpful, going out of their way to get me to see exactly what I wanted. I spent some more time on the trauma ward, weekly multi-disciplinary team meetings as well as the trauma outpatient clinic. The latter was especially interesting to me as NUH would like to initiate a trauma follow up clinic. The nurse practitioners normally organised the patients follow ...
... services on Sunday, we observed a lighted sign out front of the church that read, "If you're tired of your stinky sins, come on in, we have a pew for you".
Enjoy the pictures, and wish you were here to taste these delicious foods. Wait a minute, you are here. Well, maybe in spirit. For those who have commented, thank you for the sweet words! On to the BIG APPLE! Buckle up!