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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were the elevators, to their right a piano, to the left, the entrance to Tavern 17, the coffee bar where we will soon eat breakfast.
After we got settled in and cleaned up, we strolled down to the nearest subway and hopped the train to Lincoln Field. The station at our destination had about six very long escalators leading upward to the exit. With all the people patiently climbing, it had a feel as though we were ...
... more prefer a doner kebab.
We then headed back to South st, where we did a bit of shopping, before heading to Independence Mall, where we checked out the Liberty Bell, the visitor’s centre and Ben Franklin’s grave.
We called into Capogiro for an icecream later on. I sat down ...
... in the same area, so THEY SHARE THE PARKING!!! I could have walked to any of those stadiums from where I parked easily. What a great idea. That's why they can charge $15 and get you close. Props to Philadelphia here! Best I've seen. Went to lucky ticket counter #13 and spoke to a very nice lady. Asked if she had tickets for tonight's game and she said, yes. (I was relieved...heard it might be a sell out and I'd have to scalp some for the first time.) She asked how ...
... 4:00. So we took a Duck tour instead! This tour "bus" was amphibious! We got a detailed account around the town with a very funny driver and lots of songs. Then he drove right up to the Deleware River, changed seats with Captain Dave and we splashing into the water! Across the harbor was Camden, NJ. And an old Campbell's factory too. They gave us obnoxious duck squawkers to blow loudly the whole ...
... wave of development occurred after the Civil War when the 30-acre (120,000 m2) Magill
property to the southwest of the town's core was subdivided for
In 1869 Doylestown established a water works. The first telephone
line arrived in 1878, the same year that a new courthouse was erected.