Thomas Bond House Bed & Breakfast
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... directed to a second line where the sandwiches are made behind a meat and onion splattered window. I felt sorry for the young sandwich artist. He was sweating up a storm, frying the meat on the hot bench. His glasses steaming over and his university of Delaware hat heavy with sweat. He was clearly not coping with the demand. A fat "chef" in a Brewers hats stood behind him scrolling Facebook while his colleagues were busily working. About ...
... with "Old Bay" seasoning. It was good. Kinda salty/sweet. It was fun walking along the streets because they were blocked off for a "Dining Under the Stars" event. Hundreds of people were sitting at the tables set up in the street talking, drinking and eating. But as we were walking back to the van from dinner, the power went out on the other side of the street (both sides now out). Many people waiting for food would never get it. In fact, an alarm that sounded like ...
... all the Flyers fans?! I thought this was a hockey town! Due to lack of bums on seats, and the absence of any kind of build up, it seemed a little lacklustre. Like they are of the mindset that they are the Flyers and they don’t have to try. No intro video, whipping the crowd into a frenzy. Just a simple “your Philadelphia Flyers” as the team skated out. Mind you, it was autism awareness night so I don’t know if that was for the benefit of ...
... to get to the house (everything is so close!) and since it was due to rain and snow overnight we thought we should go have a wander in case the weather was as bad as forecast. We found Washington Square and the Liberty Center where the bell is housed, as well as the tomb of the unnamed soldier and various other statues and Halls. We plan to revisit on Sunday properly, so will give a proper review then!
We popped into a Shopping Hall to look at the souvenir shops and ...
... the city was named the nation's capital, a role it filled from 1790 until 1800, when Washington D.C. took over. We took an independence tour of the old buildings and saw the Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell is right in the center of Philadelphia inside of a pavilion near Independence Hall and is well known because of its large crack.
Being in Philadelphia was also a ...