Holiday Inn Lansdale
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Today we put to the test the notion that we are "very fast by feet" (an assertion made by the lady at the information station in Reutte on our European Dream Vacation). We woke up and walked over to the subway to get to our tour of the capitol building. Our tour started at 10:00am. We were guided through the building and told a number of stories about its history: how it was built and things that have happened there. We saw the columns that Thomas Jefferson ...
... Betty feels that there is a right and wrong about sexual choices that transcends any individual act, and Jennifer — exceptions noted — does not. It’s not that Jennifer lacks for opinions about sex, any more than Betty does about food. It’s just that, for the most part, they are limited to what she personally does and doesn’t like.
Thus far, what the imaginary examples of Betty and Jennifer have established is this: Their ...
... for the day, and so went and watched the parade and got a massive free cupcake. Later that evening, there was a BBQ and drinks at the hostel so we all enjoyed that and then got the subway to the free July 4th jam concert (nicki minaj, Ariana grande, ed sheeran, the roots etc), when getting ready one the women I met at the hostel offered for my to use her hair straighteners, I have never been so appreciative of straighteners in my entire life! For one night and ...
So Philly is steeped in it's history, it's got more firsts than Boston, more monumental political history than Washington, but it's also got a nice edge.
In between the pristine historical halls and National Park areas, there's a whole lot of sometimes pretty sometimes edgy art , this is what made Philly stand out to us compared to other cities.
The whole city is dotted with murals, graffiti and statues. You'll easily ...
... I secretly wished that one or two people would trip on a step or two! On the walk back to the hotel we stopped at the Rodin Museum to see "The Thinker" cast in bronze. It is a very impressive sculpture.
We finished the evening with dinner at Maggiano's. Thanks to the Pedersen's for introducing us to this restaurant. The meal was a fitting end to a fabulous day in Philadelphia.