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Becky and Oscar came home just as we were putting our washing on. We needed to do two washes and two dries. As we hadn't washed for a while and couldn't do in the hotel in New York...they charged per sock!!! Anyway, we got it all done and hung up and off to bed we went!
Monday 21st July
... guess, we all woke up (except for Dad).
The rest of our Saturday leading up to our departure was pretty relaxed. For the most part we just hung out at the house and enjoyed visiting. Tine and Jeff stopped over for lunch and we ordered some Panzarottis and cheese steaks (what else!).
We spent just a little time making sure we were all packed up and ready to go. Patty M and Photi, and ...
After dropping off the rental car off we got a taxi to where we were staying in Philidelphia.
One of the first things we had to do was go to the famous 'Rocky Steps' where Rocky Balboa runs up the steps in the film 'Rocky' whilst training to the song 'Gonna Fly Now'. It was ridiculously hot so we took more of a casual stroll up the steps and ran the last few in respect to the film.
We explored the city and its sights during the days and ...