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This morning we managed to pull ourselves out of bed in the wee hours of the morning. While you are dreaming of next year's 4th grade class, we are boarding a plane to Philadelphia. Of course this morning had it's challenges. Due to our lack of sleep we tried to go through security for the international flights to Canada. Thankfully the nicest ...
... saying goodbye to Philly and it's surprising quirky personality that had opened it's arms and gave me a proper American hug. The city is really great and the people are so friendly. I am so glad I have experienced the city and drank in it's sunny glow. Yes, there is not a huge amount to do as a visitor in Philly but spending a few days there really provides an insight into urban America and gives you a chance to taste one of the iconic tastes of the country. But only if you go to ...
... saucer magnolia is about to burst into bloom. We are getting ready to leave, finishing our packing; Bob is taking Shackleton to Keverton and I am going to the hairdresser.
Bucky, our driver, gets us to the Philadelphia airport easily and on time. Once inside the terminal we notice that there is an unusually long line that is not moving in front of the British Airways counter. The pilot has reported a cracked windshield and it seems that there is ...
... van, but we eventually found one quite close to our hostel. The hostel was expecting us and the girl showed us our room on the top floor. It consisted of 9 bunk beds (so 18 beds in total), a bathroom and a fire escape (the ones you see in the movies). Everyone was quite exhausted from the roadtrip so after beds were made and phones were plugged into the chargers, it was time for a good night of sleep.
On Saturday morning we were woken up by Jack, serenading us ...
... br> The Qantas man explained to us that we were to get a shuttle to the Crown Plaza Hotel and they would know to provide us each with room and food vouchers. We took the hotel's shuttle to the hotel and sure enough, we were provided with SIX free rooms and $41 in food vouchers. While we were getting our room keys, Josie hung out in the background so they didn't do a head count and put the pieces together. I gave Josie my room key, and because ...
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