Courtyard Philadelphia Valley Forge/Collegeville
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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I want to go to Philadelphia because my dream school, University of Pennsylvania, is there. Because of the school, I am always curious about everything of the city.
When I visit Philly, I would like to first study the history of the city. I would go to the Independence Hall to see where the country started and where representatives from the original 12 states drafted the U.S. Constitution. I would then visit Valley Forge National Historical Park, running ...
... did trips up and down the elevator to do our washing.
All of that taken care of, we ventured down to the local shopping centre, the Neshaminy Mall. We didn't really have an agenda, just browsing. Apart from Josh, who purchased the second of three 'snap-backs' that he has in mind to buy with his holiday spending money. I am not really into shopping that much, which is probably fortunate, because if this little expedition was anything ...
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 ...