Courtyard Philadelphia Valley Forge/Collegeville
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I train from Savannah to Philly was 2 hours late so I ended up waiting until 3 AM to get moving. Once I got on the train I promptly fell asleep and woke up somewhere between North Carolina and Virginia. We had to stop in DC while they switched our diesel locomotive to an electric one for the Northeast Corridor and then we proceeded to speed our way north... It might be a bit unrealistic but countries should dedicate rail for the exclusive use ...
... at the gate waiting, listening, hoping this flight leaves. For a short while I think they weren't sure. But then the crew and the captains arrive. Then boarding time. It was mid night by the time we land in Philly. I got to collect my bag only for it not to arrive. I even specifically checked with the lady who changed my flight that my bag would be rerouted as well. She assured me it would. Even asked for a description and typed it in her computer. But no ...
So the journey began with my eight plus hour flight from Philadelphia International Airport to the airport in Rome (the abbreviation is like FCO but its in Italian and I have no clue how to spell it). I was seated in the back of a completely booked flight, luckily, sitting next to the sweetest lady named Arlene. She was from Lancaster and we had a number ...
... Here I watched two period movies aptly named, Independence and Choosing Sides. The first a reenactment of the events leading up to and including the signing of Independence and the second bringing to life the journals for four people living the times. After this introduction (and refresher from what I had learnt in Boston), I headed over the the Independence Hall where the founding fathers hashed out what the declaration, bill of rights and bill ...
It took us 8 hours to get to Philadelphia but to our astonishment, the immigration line was no longer than 5 people which was tiny compared to Atlanta.
We got through immigration within minutes but had to wait 4 hours for our next flight and one of the clearest memories I have was when I saw a soldier walking through wearing ...