Somerset Country Inn
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... no photography' policy; otherwise, I would have shown you pictures of the column and the $100,000 bill.
Realizing that the exhibit was about to close, I got my knife back and headed back toward my hotel. On the way, I noticed that the multitude of US flags in Philadelphia were all being flown at half mast. My first instinct was to ask my dad why that was, but he didn't know. I ended up looking it up when I got back to the hotel and found out that today ...
... the gallery.
After this excellent tour, we were on our own to explore the museum, and could take a city bus back to the hotel whenever we wanted to. The bus was paid for as part of the program, by the way. Anyhow, the museum was great. There was art from around the world, even a medieval monastery courtyard and a Japanese tea house, all inside the building. There was so much I could have seen, but ...
... 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 ...
... in and got into our room. The room was tiny compared to the last Mexican hotel. We got settled and got to bed. Through the night I kept waking up to heaps of noise though the hotel, our window opened out into the centre courtyard and you could here voices like they were in our room. After the first nights noise I was sure we would move on quickly but we had not noticed our window was wide open the whole night letting all the noise of the hotel into our room. Silly us for not even ...
... museum as Rocky Balboa had been doing since 1976. I only wish we had the song "Gonna Fly Now" playing as we climbed. Not only was the steps used in Rocky, it was also the site of the 1996 torch relay, Will Smith parodied the scene in an episode of Fresh Prince of Bel Air, as did Eddie Murphy in The Nutty Professor, and it was featured in a number of show for that very reason.
At the top of the steps were a pair of bronze footprints where ...