Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Horsham - Welsh Rd.
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... the beautiful skyline, historical buildings, and the famous steps 'Rocky' climbed. After this fascinating tour we drove to the outskirts of Philadelphia and headed towards the sports stadium. Here we spent the evening at our very first baseball game watching Philly versus Atlanta. 38,100 attended. Everyone was dressed in their supporters uniform, ready and prepared to support their team. ...
... Walls covered with famous dudes and dudettes who had enjoyed our same experience. The pictures don’t show the streams of grease running down our hands and wrists but it was there, and it was awesome.
We had started a new comedy series before our voyage to Philly, ‘It’s always sunny in Philadelphia’ (just watch it) and according to Aaron ( Australian companion for a few days) later in series they go to the Italian market to buy ...
Just a quick update from Philli! Orbits gave me 45 minutes from touchdown to take off, which equated to about 30 by the time they'd let us off the plane, but ah well...I'm sat on a flight to LA which I have been assured will stop t Phoenix...I hope it does, otherwise today is gonna get a lot longer than it needs to be! The next stop is a lot longer so I will update when I'm there too :-) ...
... to the bathroom with plenty of legroom that I payed eighty dollars for. To make matters worse there’s a strange box bolted to the floor under the seat in front blocking any slight chance I had at comfort. This entire situation put me in a terrible mood because I realized I was swindled by a hippy and the next eight hours were going to be miserable. Then everybody got screwed.
An announcement came on informing us that ...
... luck on her next hour-and-a-half bus ride to her home in Atlantic City.
It had been sort of raining, off and on, all day, but of course I hadn’t minded because I’d been on the bus. But literally as soon as I grabbed my luggage and called Jackie to ask what her car looked like, it started POURING. A bit of a flash-storm, really. I crossed the street and found Jackie, and almost as soon as I got in the car it stopped raining. It was so good ...