BEST WESTERN PLUS The Inn at King of Prussia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So here I am at terminal E waiting to catch my Virgin America flight to LAX. I have only about 2.5 hours to get to my next flight once I arrive. Virgin America gave my bag priority status so I hope it all goes smoothly. I got lucky and got in a short line for security so ...
... century and despite some repairs it became unusable in 1846 after tolling for George Washington’s birthday. Across the street from the Liberty Bell Center, Independence Hall is located. We went on a free tour around the building and learned that Independence Hall is also referred to as ‘ the birthplace of American government’. It was here that delegates from the 13 colonies came together and approved the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Behind ...
... that did not last long. Our flight is scheduled on time. The plane was already standing at the gate when we got to the airport. These are our last hours and then the trip will soon officially be over. I feel I could keep travelling this way but alas... This one has to end. I found Philadelphia to be a quaint city with very nice and cosy streets. It looks like a liveable city and smaller than I expected. And for those who wonder: Philadelphia is NOT made in Philly, it's made in NY! ...
Long drive from Manassas to King of Prussia. Got lost several times - it's not my fault - the road signposting is terrible.
Missed Brandywine Battlefield - it closed at 1615 hrs.
Went to Mall for steak dinner. Rock Bottom Bar and ...
... a dirt-walled fortress) and George Washington's headquarters, where he and Martha lived during that winter. However, besides the house that Washington used for his headquarters, there is almost nothing original in the area. During the height of the encampment, there were thousands of huts, a blacksmith shop, a commissary, etc. Within 10 years after the troops departed, everything was removed so the farmers could farm once again.
After Valley Forge, it ...