Chestnut Hill Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It's now time to be good tourists so we head North to Philadelphia which is an hour or so away. We're staying one night at The Penn Views Hotel in the Old City and quickly find a nice coffee shop before our wander around the historic sights and, of course, some shops.
The National Constitution Centre is part of a National Historic Park - all beautifully manicured lawns right beside the Old City with various sites dedicated to ...
... like Six Flags which we could do at home. Then we walked across to Chocolate World which was fun. They had a ride that explains the history of Milton Hershey and how he got started. Then through the gift shop that was a chocolate lover's haven, any type of Hershey product you could imagine! We could have seen some other exhibits but we had wasted our time at the theme park. The girls would have loved ...
... to shorten the distance. We'll be in Japan for just a few short hours before venturing to our destination, Thailand.
We'll arrive in the capital, Bangkok. We'll spend the first two days there, in the city, as well as adjusting to the 12 hour time change. Then we'll fly down south to the beautiful Railay Beach in Krabi from June 18th-21st. Scott insisted that if we were going to go south to the beaches, it would be this one. It is accessible only by ...
... were 2000 kids there that day on end of school field trips so it was hard to see some of the stuff.
Then we went to the Reading Terminal Market to have lunch. This is a huge market under the train station. They have meat, fish and fruit and veggie markets, but most of the space is restaurants....the Grand Bazaar of Places to ...
Well lets get the shoes out if the way... Have a new pair as I decided to walk into the first shop I found.. They are comfy, warm, DRY and a good fit..
Arriving in Philly the train brings you through West Philadelphia which going by the dereliction, vandalism, graffiti and general appearance says "Enter if you dare". Obviously this is the part of Philly that Rocky and the Fresh Prince came from....
On to ...