The Pennsbury Inn
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... late 1800s. Pierre
was more into plants than plastics and gradually developed and expanded the
gardens into what they are today.
I took my parents to Longwood Gardens once in spring of
1999, shortly after they moved to New Jersey. That warm sunny day was at the
height of spring bulb flower season, so the flower garden displays were quite
different than what I’m seeing on this visit. That turned out to be an expensive
trip well beyond gas ...
... a few hours exploring the eclectic collection of shops before sampling the first of my 3 Philly Cheese Steak experiences. If you're going to sample a city's signature food it's important to conduct thorough research! ;) Vegan cheese steak? Not bad at all!
The next morning when I peered out the windows I was greeted with the magical sight of drifting snowflakes! They tumbled and twirled in a beautiful dance before collecting on every surface imaginable....and showed ...
... use the remaining part of the day to nap and relax.
The next day, I took the SEPTA Regional Rail commuter train east towards Center City. There, the first thing I did was go by the Independence Visitors Center to get a timed ticket to visit the one and only Independence Hall. With some time to kill before I had to get in line, I visited the Liberty Bell Center to see its namesake. The sight of it nearly blew me away, for this was a significant piece ...
... Abe was extremely good, and was happy to answer the many questions we asked.
We then made our way miles away back to New Jersey to our hotel. I think ‘Kathy Bates’ hates me – no key to the room – yet again….
We had a quick meal in the hotel as it was miles from anything, and prepared for an eight o’clock start and a half day more in Philadelphia.
... MUST take pictures or you will never believe you were in such a wonderful museum. (I’m assuming you are sufficiently like me to never, ever buy the catalog that tells you all about the wonderful exhibits you just saw, with professional photographs beyond anything you could take if your father was George Eastman Kodak. And by the way, even if you don’t know who your father was, I assure you he was not George Eastman Kodak.) My solution is to see if there is ...