BEST WESTERN PLUS Philadelphia Airport South at Widener University
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... The title of this is a shortened version of what our guide, a man who had a bit of a Ben Franklin look, said: "the most historic room in the most historic building in the most historic square mile in the U.S." Dan knew quite a few answers to his stumper questions, and this history teacher's wife was proud. :). It was very awe-inspiring to hear details of the drafting of the declaration ...
... modern blob sculpture right next to a traditional bronze of a political great. This kind of mismatched, hotch potch arrangement only added to the charm for us.
Perhaps most exciting for us was the area around South Street and the Magic Garden. The area is dotted with the most exciting colourful mirror and tile murals.We visited the Magic Garden, a house and museum space and with a group from the hostel took a guided tour ...
... Keys & Jay Z The ride into Phily was an easy two and a half hours. As we drew closer to the city we were greeted by ominous dark clouds and flashes of fork lightning. The morning went from drizzle to heavy rain but it didn't stop me checking out the town. Other than Rocky, Phily has some decent history. At one time it was the biggest city outside of London in the British Empire. I started my day with a tour of Independence Hall, which is where both the declaration ...
OK I THINK WE SHOULD ALL GO TO ENGLAND TOGETHER.
That was my original message to Erin. I was sitting at my computer, looking at the itinerary for a trip to France my sister and I were planning on taking. It was supposed to be a river cruise with three days in Paris in December and there was one day where we would be in Paris, lounging around doing nothing, so I was looking up day trips that we could take via the train. ...
... economic center. We visited the historic district, where Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington forged the foundation of a new nation. The Liberty Bell first rang out to the citizens of Philadelphia on July 4th 1776 to announce the first reading of the Declaration of Independence. The bell has since been taken out of Independence Hall's bell tower and now ...