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 ...
... first night was spent trying out several different bourbons with a pair of Dutch guys who are coming along to our hostel in DC with us, and whom with we are trying to reconvene in Vegas in a few weeks time. The second was spent with another English guy, in a different bar drinking beer, yes beer. We were told that Philadelphia is one of the best places in the States for drinking beer, and if they have a couple that I even like, then it stands to ...
... 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 ...
... Hall, a Unesco's World Heritage Site. I had to pass a security check again, but I was getting used to security checks. In the hall, a guide was talking about the history of the hall. His talk was informative and interactive. Many American visitors were eager to ask questions at the end of his talk. Beside the hall was the old parliament of the US. There were park rangers in each room and they were talking enthusiastically ...
Philly is awesome - the CBD is kind of split into 3 area - the old part down by the water, the middle part where City Hall is and then the newer area where a lot of newer buildings are. We parked and walked down to City Hall, stopping at Bellvue Hotel where Lois took me to see the ballroom and a couple of the restaurants at the top. We also stopped at Ritz where their foyer is in an old bank. We ...