Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Langhorne
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... view of downtown Philly from there. I can tell you that there were more people there doing this sort of thing than there were going in the museum. So, I made my tribute video, which you can find here if you haven't seen it.
The next couple of days were spent in camp, doing some chores and some work, with fuel supplied by our first Philly cheesesteaks (chicken version since we don't eat beef). Yum.
Based on a tip from our friends, the Bullocks, we ...
... br> The information is there, you just need to know where to look. Maru found a couple of days ago the Lonely Planet guide from Mexico. A pretty interesting little book with information of places you need to visit, hotels, motels, how much you might spend, places to avoid etc. Now... please keep in mind that the majority of these guides were made BY gringos FOR gringos! which ...
Keep a considerable amount of quarters in your pocket! Airports do not know the meaning of BILLS!
Charge your iPod, disc-man, Walkman, mp3/4/5/6/7/8/9, a trip without music is not a trip at all!
Please double check your boarding pass! that way you won't get lost in the way to the waiting room! DO NOT mistake the initials NY with NJ or you will really risk loosing ...
... Currier which told of an elderly bellman waiting in the State House steeple for the word that Congress had declared Independence. The story continues that privately he began to doubt Congress's resolve. Suddenly the bellman's grandson, who was eavesdropping on the doors of Congress, yelled to him, "Ring, Grandfather! Ring!"
This story so captured the imagination of people throughout the land that the Liberty Bell was forever associated with the Declaration ...
... a great view of City Hall from the top. The Rocky statue was at the bottom so we took a picture of that too. Then it was off to the races so to speak because the bike lanes pretty much ended and we were riding our biking in the road. CRAZY stuff. The Benjamin Franklin Parkway is very cool with flags lining both sides. Logan Square was nice, but our next stop was at JFK Plaze to see the Love Statue...With the LO then the VE under it. I ...