Pineapple Hill Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in the background made for an incredible end to an adrenaline filled day. Day 6 left us soaked (on purpose) at blizzard beach waterpark. The racing slides put Emma and myself into a competitive state as we raced the stairs up the hill to take on the next slide. All was going well until we were confronted by one ride known as summit plummet. We scaled the stairs to the peak. Emma confronting the situation with I don't want to! (Ok I'll be honest I was freaking quietly as ...
... After a night of dance battles and good music we only needed to cross the street to get into our beds and sleep for a solid 5 hours.
In the morning it was already time to say goodbye to Philadelphia, its great foods and its breathtaking skyline. We were happy to see that the van was still in the parking spot, untouched, and we were able to start our way back home. Driving to Philly had taken place mostly in the dark, so there was a lot more to see in the day ...
... was really odd. We were having really hot days and then at about 5pm every night we would get big black clouds rolling in and it would storm. This weather really reminded me of Hawaii. So humid and then rainy and then clear once the storm passed.
One night we had a massive storm, the thunder was so loud it felt like it was right on top of us! Hopefully the video I post here shows just how powerful it was. After I took this video though, one of the counselors, ...
... best bet would be to book a hop on, hop off bus since we were only in Philly for the day.
We learnt a lot of stuff on the bus, in fact, a little too much. Our tour guide spoke at about 100 miles an hour. We saw a few churches, Ben Franklin's burial ground, Betsy Ross' house (she sewed the first American flag), U.S. Mint (where they make money!), we went through China Town, Town Hall, we saw the Academy of Fine Art (and there was a music one too) and a lot of mural's along ...
... cars available so we walked back to the first rental company and they managed to find us an Impala. The price to rent for the day was $50, after taxes, insurance, and GPS, the cost was $100. I just wish they'd put the real price on things.
Leaving town stress levels got quite high. The GPS kept telling us to turn down one way streets - the wrong way! We crawled out of the CBD and on to the highways and eventually came to ...