Red Roof Inn & Suites Bellmawr
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... the rest! Next was the rocky statue, here a homeless man caught us out by offering to take pictures of us ... Basically not accepting no for an answer and was very comical whilst taking them .. But then asked for tip ... But hey ho he was very nice, and had out smarted us! The Mütter Museum..... Hmmm not sure any kind of jumbled words can describe this place.... It was as the receptionist at the hostel had said... Disturbingly fascinating in a very f***** up way! It was ...
... high. Checked out macys store an the iconic red LOVE sign before catching the bus back. Bought some beers and made an omelette together. Hoping for a big night, we were quickly told otherwise when the hostel receptionist made ed put his freshly opened beer away. Instead sat in a common room and drank on the sly joined by the 3 German girls and a new German guy called Leo- 27 year old who seems to have done ...
I woke up at 5 AM this morning to leave Pittsburgh, but I could here her calling to me the entire time, Don't go, don't go, don't go. Stay here with meeeee.
Or maybe that was just the bed calling me. I'm not really sure.
Seriously though, despite what happened with the game, I really liked Pittsburgh and I thoroughly enjoyed my time there. I really didn't want to leave. Part of me wanted to stay an extra day. ...
... had to go back to the hotel to get ready for dinner and the night out.
We walked to dinner at a nice restaurant called the Marathon Grill. It was of not particular cuisine, but featured organic and responsibly produced ingredients in all it's dishes. Here we could get anything on the menu under a certain price range. After dinner, we took a private coach to the Kimmel Center for the Performing ...
... able to catch up on much of the sleep I had lost.
I finally got off the train at 2:30 PM on Wednesday the 26th at Exton Station, the station nearest to where I stayed with some people I knew who live in Chester Springs, a small town more than 30 miles northwest of Philly in Chester County. I was in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutchland, a region full of green trees and houses built in the 18th century. Given the state I was in following the commute, I ...