Somerset Country Inn
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We left New York the next morning, catching a train to Philadelphia from Penn Station. Sitting in the station waiting for the train we got talking to a couple and they were from Brisbane and had also come across on the Queen Mary 2. What a coincidence!
We had a Philly cheese steak for lunch(but were not huge fans) then set off to see some ...
... we were all on our way and began to berate us with questions
"What are you doing here?"
"Who's coming to get you?"
"When are they coming?"
"Well they're late so I guess they're not coming...time to move out"
As the sun had now risen and the city was coming to life I went to find the bus to my host's place while 3 cops surrounded one guy and proceeded to give him a ticket.
I'd been put in touch with Stacy, my Philly host, by my host in Boston and ...
... 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 ...
... the Constitution, including a live performance, a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation and Signers' Hall, a stylized evocation of the Assembly Room in Independence Hall. I then took the bus west to visit the Franklin Institute, one of the oldest centers of science education and development in the United States dating to 1824, which features, among other displays, the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial.
Before meeting to have dinner with two of ...
Every time I go to start this blog post I start to tear up (read: I burst into tears).
I like Philadelphia for a number of reasons. The very first time I came to Philadelphia, I wasn’t blown away. She’s not a sexy city. She’s dirty. She’s a little rough. She’s very old… but not in a neat, stately, pretty way. For these things and much more, however, the city is fiercely unapologetic. “I’m ...