BEST WESTERN Fort Washington Inn
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This morning we had been told Mass was at 11am. Aunt Cathy decided that she'd come with me which delighted me no end. Uncle Jim took us down in plenty of time but we then found out it started at 11.30, so I was shown around the area the family had lived over the past 8o yrs or so.
Eventually we managed to get to a very nice Church, a few suburbs over from Montvale.
... Revolution to remind us of our liberties gained. The Liberty Bell's gap often called a "crack" makes it instantly recognizable. The large crack is a result of fixing a thin crack. When the crack happened no one knows. In 1777, just before the British capture Philadelphia the bell was moved to safety. The bell is over 2,000 and surprisingly fragile because of its age.
After the Liberty Bell we made our way over to Independence Hall. This ...
... from onesies to one direction toothbrushes and from televisions to hair straighteners to 2 kilo chocolate bars.
The shopping was followed by a well-deserved dinner at Mac Donalds, right across the street. The twelve of us plundered the restaurant and when our bellies were filled with Big Macs and Mc Flurries, the journey was continued. Our next stop was near New York, or actually New Jersey from which we could very well see the New York skyline. We got slightly ...
... It was kinda sad, as he wasn't really hurting anyone, but he obviously needed some attention. Philly itself was kinda grimy, from what I could tell. I got a cheap ($12 with $3 tip) haircut from an Asian hairdresser. The guy obviously didn't know what to do with thick hair and he had a hard time styling it. It was disappointing, but I felt obliged to tip. It was still raining when we went to see the Liberty Bell. It was OK. Nothing ...
... was down a particularly dodgy-looking alley, and just had a tiny door opening out into the street. Straight away we knew it was a bit weirdy; the guy said we were too early to check in, but could drop off our bags and go into the city if we wanted...and then proceeded to talk at us for about half an hour about all the hostel rules, as well as things to see in Philadelphia. The rules included having to put a sticker on some velcro on the bed so that the staff didn't chuck out ...