Candlewood Suites Philadelphia / Willow Grove
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s/v Vagabond sailed away twice. First the Captains, Gerry and Kelsey, departed Herrington Harbor South Sunday morning after a hearty breakfast shared with the Admirals, Mary and Sue, and the happy new owners of Sloop John Dee II - John and Denise McLinn. They motor sailed up the bay to the C & D canal and tied up at Shaefer's Canal House Marina in Chesapeake City, MD.
Monday morning the northern and younger contingent of the crew, Jen and Eric, joined them ...
The two days were spent largely visiting historical sites. Philadelphia is perhaps the most historical city in the country, alongside the nation's capital. A short walk from the hostel brought us to Independence Hall, where we got a view of where the US Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were signed a couple of hundred years ago. Just across the park was the home of the Liberty Bell, another symbol of freedom and opportunity ...
... we took leftovers. After lunch, Paul went back to the hotel, while I went to the conference. In the evening, we weren't hungry (after the big lunch), so we ate our leftovers.
Along our walk:
-- we saw the famous Philadelphia "love" sign. Tourists were taking there pictures there, and a woman was organizing them. I think she was expecting ...
... and patriotic gatherings. The bell attracted huge crowds wherever it went, but the bell's condition was getting worse so the last bell journey was in 1915.
The other attraction that we missed out on seeing because of the music festival was the Rocky statue and the stairs that Sylvester Stallone ran while training in the famous movie 'Rocky'. We were looking forward to having a Rocky moment ...
... at the Philadelphia Art Gallery with ease. On doing so, Dave insisted we ran up and posed in Rocky's footprints! Following this we went to visit a place called Tommy Dinic's in a local food market featured on tv's "Man vs Food" for a Philly cheese steak sandwich.... The beef was nice and the portion was rather large! ...