Comfort Inn Valley Forge National Park
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... way (to use their free wifi and have a quick look at what they had) we decided to eat at a Malaysian restaurant and had a nice meal. We then found a nice bar to have a drink at and then started making our way back to the hotel. We popped into Macy's again for the free wifi as our hotel was charging and found four of our tour party so we all walked back together and shared stories of what we did in Philadelphia. ...
... Samuel and his wife were movers and shakers
of their period and entertained every Founding Father and foreign dignitary
around. The house was save for
demolition in 1930 by the Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of
Landmarks. The rooms are beautifully
restored and furnished with pieces still owned by distant relatives of Samuel
... already packed the day before...three rather large suitcases. I checked us in on line the night before and paid the $25 per bag for the luggage. I can't imaging anything we have forgotten, but as Sandy likes to say, "That's what credit cards are for!"
We got our luggage checked, and made it though Security by 6:00 am. We headed to the snack shop and got water, a Diet Coke and waited for our ...
... NZ flag - this is actually quite important, because I had decided that I wanted to find something about NZ in each place I went. In Hawaii it was seeing & having a photo taken with some NZ Navy personnel. NYC there was the flag at the UN and also there was a mosaic type flag at the Korean War memorial in Battery Park. In D.C I found the New Zealand plaque at the Korean War Memorial. Philly was the place that I didn't actually think ...
... I had expected the New Jersey part of the trip to be the most testing and least pleasing section of The Lincoln, and I can tell you with 3300 miles to go, it lived up to expectations and I'm glad it is behind me! Industrial sprawl, urban decay, mile after mile of depressing empty lots, power plants and not much else. I was following Highway 1/9 looking for State Route 27 after Elizabeth, NJ. Every road sign seemed to want to suck you onto the horrendous New ...