Comfort Inn Trevose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our first task was doing a marking shoot @ 1000 in the Doctor's office in a neighboring city. I was up, showered, fed and curbside for 0915 hailing a cab. I had written out the address on a slip of paper for the driver and he punched it into his TomTom or equivalent. We were off!
The very first thing he did was pull a U-turn on South Broad Street which is 6 lanes of morning rush hour traffic, it was a portent of things to come. This guy had ...
... for public announcements. It is possible but not known if it was run on July 8th, 1776 to announce the first public reading of The Declaration of Independence. We waited 20 minutes in a long line for the Liberty Bell to open. We were one of the first ones in the building! Long before the American Revolution, the State House Bell (as it was known then) reminded visitors of the importance of Philadelphia as the Capital. The Liberty Bell became a symbol of ...
... sits between the Ben Franklin Bridge and the road that leads to the I-95 entrance. I will make another sign depicting my direction South on 95. This is a very busy street and the officers from yesterday said it would be no problem if I stood there. Either way I'm leaving Philly. So the next time you all hear from me I will be in either Washington, D.C. or Richmond, VA.
Much Love & Blessings Toward All!
... Lee Museum. What an interesting history it has. George Washington Parke Custis (grandson of Martha Washington) acquired the land where Arlington National Cemetery sits in 1802 and constructed Arlington House. The estate passed to his daughter, Mary Anna who married none other than Robert E. Lee. It became the property of Robert E. Lee. When the south seceded, the north needed a place to bury their dead. One General thought Lee's property was ...
... his missus remains seated and stony faced. She must have forgot her knitting.
It was a great show, the new best yet.
I catch up with Brian who I met in Poughkeepsie and his mates Pat & David. We head off to a bar for a drink. Kevin stays behind arguing his democratic freedoms to go the stage and get his T-shirt signed. I tell him where we will be. He knows he is in Philadelphia and this is the city of Freedom and Liberty. Security disagree.