Courtyard Philadelphia Montgomeryville
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... of Art had pictures at the Rocky Statue and then the kids ran up the stairs to the top. Real tourists but a nice break and a great view back towards the city. We then got back on the bus went around Fairmount Park which is massive cant remember how much bigger it is then Central Park but definitely more than double. We saw Memorial Hall and then went past Drexel and Penn Universities, Franklin Field, Antiques Row, the First Bank of the ...
... all was fine in the end and I left the Chrysler 200 on the 7th floor of a parking garage and walked the 10 minutes to my hotel without incident but passing a number of people wearing hoodies or beanies and muttering to themselves as they pass by.
The Alexander Inn is a happy place in a colourful neighbourhood, smallish rooms but walking distance to everywhere I need to go.
After settling in and catching up on the fan mail, I ventured ...
... Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. The decleration of Independence was signed in the Independence Hall building on July 4, 1776 and this occasion is celebrated every year by Americans which is known as Independence Day or Happy 4th July! It is a Georgian style building and you can visit the inside of the building free of charge on booked tour days.
After this we visited the Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell is one of the ...
... downtown area. That and other incidents, like the police presence on the bus, the bus driver's comments, etc. I don't know if this is because of the way it was in the past or because there still are dangerous areas. Nevertheless, it did seem to be in the background. I guess to some extent, the same things exist in most American cities. Still, after having grown up in New York, been to Chicago, LA, San Francisco, I would say Philly ranks up there with all of ...
... home remained the same. I’m seeing and hearing the same people and sounds that I did 4 months ago but it all feels so far away now.
We could have chucked it all, canceled our return flights and I could have quit my job completely if we really wanted to stay traveling. Granted, we would have had to find some sort of income source along the way, probably several career levels behind where we stand now ...