Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Bensalem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and too much sleeping. (Could you ever not get enough sleep!!) Week One Plans turned into action and before I knew it Monday was upon us and we headed into Philadelphia to start my life as a tourist! First crack of the whip had us at the liberty bell. Speaking of cracks someone put one in that big beautiful bell. The liberty hall is amazing. To be a fly on the wall thru the centuries. The detail in the structures is incredible. We also visited the national mint and received ...
... dyed different colours throughout the year to commemorate / celebrate events (e.g. pink for breast cancer awareness month, purple for Lupus awareness ("it’s never Lupus"), blue to commemorate police officer fatalities). Unfortunately the fountain was switched off when we were there due to the icy weather but I imagine on a summer’s day it is really pretty. New York apparently has a bigger version of the LOVE sculpture so we will have ...
... supposedly the lady who made the first American flag! Through the centre city, we saw the beautiful city hall past the Love park up Benjamin Franklin Parkway lined with all the different country flags we found both the UK and SA flags. Further round past Eastern State Penitentiary, the first real prison which housed the likes of Al Capone - all very interesting. We saw the gold leaf statue of Jean d'Arc and then we got off at the ...
... because it was just too far to walk. Actually over the state line into Virginia but this was one of my 'must sees' so I hopped on the bus which proceeded along precisely the route I had walked yesterday. Only this time I was able to get some interesting information about the various monuments. I then had to change buses at the White House and hop onto the blue bus to Arlington Cemetry. I was wondering what our fascination is about graveyards and the ...