Duling-Kurtz House & Country Inn
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... the effect of having a lot of space in a room. You should try to place colorful sheets and blankets on the beds. Always use fresh curtains in rooms that you will be showing.
Installing hardwood floors can increase the value of your home noticeably. Potential buyers will appreciate new floors, especially if it's wood. Parquet flooring is a popular favorite. You can also install carpet. But, some people either do not like carpet, or ...
... a Irish restaurant /bar a few blocks from the hotel. The food was ok. Chicken, green beans and potato. With salad for starters and cheesecake for desert. Other people I had dinner with were Cate and Curtis (19 from Queensland -high school sweethearts) James (very odd, 30+, on my person to avoid list) and out driver Ryan also 30+ but he's nice enough, like to encourage the party atmosphere. After dinner, went back to the hotel, so ...
... Cemetery. Two Presidents are buried there, but one of them doesn't get the attention that the other does. Most people know John F. Kennedy is buried there. And most people file past his grave in reverence and see the eternal flame. It is a moving scene. Yes, Jackie Kennedy Onassis is buried next to him. He was the favorite President of my lifetime. I feel if he had not been killed in Dallas that day in 1963, history would be very different. I ...
... Museum of Art, and is now standing close to the steps leading to this magnificent building. Additionally, the flight of stairs leading to the Philadelphia Museum of Art was used in that first Rocky movie, and are now known as the ‘Rocky Steps’. At the top of the staircase are Rocky’s footprints! Such a bit of fun for such a ‘serious’ place!
We then made our ...
As we arrived in Philadelphia (by Megabus, $11 each) we thought about what we'd been told by a couple of people regarding the city. That is was blah, nothing to see, boring and that we should just drive on through it.
Thank goodness we didn't listen!
People were INSTANTLY more friendly than the majority of those we encountered in New York (not difficult, granted), and clearly proud of their city. We were stopped a ...