Somerset Country Inn
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... we were going to see over the next few days.
We then got to ride one of the city's many buses to Independence Mall and the National Constitution Center. This is an interactive museum about the US Constitution that is not federally run, but run as a non-profit. It was great! There was a multi-media production introducing the Constitution, and then there were various interactive displays. These included ...
... cooler! Yum! Breakfast of champions! When we went to get gas the attendant told us electrical problems, no gas. So we got off in new Stanton exit for gas which was bout 30 miles down road. Our car is ford escape and getting 40 mpg. Yippee! Beautiful country up here in western PA! Truck traffic is a little much right now! Hope that ...
So week 3 here bought us right into the swing of things. We had a pretty large group of kids now with around 160 and that number would remain for the next 2 weeks. But it was nice having a large group. It means you have more kids to get to know and with bigger groups activities are more fun.
I really loved my French girls and some of the boys like Samuel and Gaspard, who had travelled with them who were just so lovely. They would sit with you ...
... of luggage. But dad was sure glad of the $30 we saved on that trip!
We arrived at the airport at about 7:15 we checked in and went through security in about 15 minuets. Then for dinner we went to chickie and Peat's for dinner. At 8:30 we went to our gate (A 23) then at 9:10 they started boarding us airways 728 from PHL to ...
... quite the Muttley laugh when he’s trying to hide the fact that he’s giggling at me!
We planned on doing the full bus circuit today and using the ticket tomorrow to hop on and off at the places we wanted to get a better look at. We were whipped past places like City Hall, the Rodin Museum with a replica of ‘the Thinker’ statue out the front, the Betsy Ross House and Love Park. We also learned that one of the nicknames for the city ...