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Today we ate yet another delicious breakfast and gave Paul a break from driving and took the tourist bus around the city. Beautiful museums and plenty of history lessons along the way. Plenty of references to Benjamin Franklin and some interesting archtiecture. Independence Hall-where the Declaration of ...
... so we tried to limit outside time.
The State Rooms were amazing. But I had a real hard time trying to wrap my mind around the fact that these are actual usable rooms. They are just so far outside what we consider "normal business" that it didn't seem real. Beautiful, and definitely historic, but not what I can envision being used in the modern world.After finishing the State Rooms, we headed down ...
... had hit a home run. So cute! Once I was safely on the train, it was easy enough to spot more than a few hockey fans to follow once we reached AT&T station. I need not have worried though. You come out of the station up into a massive car park; straight ahead from the door, you have the Phillies baseball stadium to the left and the Eagles football stadium to the right. Turn to your right and you have the Flyers’ Wells Fargo Center… kinda hard to ...
... offered to help us. He was a bit confused as to where we wanted to go, and within a minute another guy offered to help us! Between the two of them they sent us off in the right direction and we found our house!! The keys were in the box, the code worked, the door opened!! Success!!!!!
The house is gorgeous! It's very old, but I knew that going into booking, hence its title of Historical Boston House. But I love it! Wooden floors, a tiny windy staircase, ...
... but I’m like an old woman at the moment so I just stood there jumping up and down with my arms raised as if I have just won a fight! Love it!
It was starting to get dark so we jumped back into the car. Otis drove us around the streets a little longer so I could see some of the other parts of the city, without getting wet. The last stop of the night was to Tony Luke’s. This is a famous café, known for its Cheese Steaks. I ...