Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Horsham - Welsh Rd.
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I have been doing a lot of traveling lately. Partly to promote my business and partly to enjoy the warm Caribbean weather.
As I've been doing so, I am reminded that (contrary to popular belief) everybody in every country does not speak English (nor will they). I am also reminded of how unsafe it is to be traveling in countries where you cannot adequately speak the language.
The last thing you want to do in ...
... and patriotic gatherings. The bell attracted huge crowds wherever it went, but the bell's condition was getting worse so the last bell journey was in 1915.
The other attraction that we missed out on seeing because of the music festival was the Rocky statue and the stairs that Sylvester Stallone ran while training in the famous movie 'Rocky'. We were looking forward to having a Rocky moment ...
... being queued and released off the ship in stages, as to not flood the terminal with a large crowd. We arrived at the tail end of a group that was just debarking, said goodbye to a couple staff, and stepped off the ship onto the gangway. Time for a few last photos of the ship before entering the terminal. We realized why we had stopped for those ten minutes before docking: two lifeboats on the port side had been lowered to make room for the ...
... in Philly Maarten had sent us a message welcoming us to the USA. When we said we were going to downtown he said: Bring me a CheeseSteak... That was actually the second person who spoke about this traditional local highlight. We went to a great market downtown where we saw lots of food items including one of the biggest lobsters that I have ever seen. There we ordered at a counter a CheeseSteak, and expected naivily something containing a steak on a plate. That's not what it ...
A great, once-in-a-lifetime trip. We saw many parts of our country that we would probably not have seen. We enjoyed the small towns and the back roads and found several places we would like to go back to. We both survived the trip and are still talking to each other!!!
A trip to remember!