Courtyard Philadelphia Valley Forge/Collegeville
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I visit the Liberty Bell and walk around the old State House. The bell has a crack in it and has not been rung for 160 years! I keep walking to the waterfront. Philly is built by the Delaware River. I get there and discover Philly has no waterfront; someone built a massive freeway beside the river. I keep moving as I am going to a free radio concert where GP&TR are to play.
Along the way I pass Philly’s premier loud shirt shop. Cheap paisley shirts ...
... later the final cone I had been dragging popped out as I got on the freeway on-ramp. SHEESH! Still, major victory, especially considering the downtown parking lot I was able to wiggle into...
I'm thrilled that today is a low mileage tour of rural Amish country. As long as we don't have any more encounters with fugitives from justice! :-)
PS, our trip odometer hit 4,000 miles, and my photo folder hit 56 gigabytes...
... here and there until the ATM does not recognize the magnetic band! You will avoid this only by:
1. Open the closets drawer/cabinet/closet, take the sharpest scissors and using your left or right hand (depends if your lefty or not) perform a cross section
2. or simply PLAN!... don't wait until the day you get to the plain to ask: How do you spell ...
... down and replaced it with a metal frame. Then we went to Carpenters Hall, where the first continental congress met. From there we walked past some lovely gardens and down to the Philadelphia Exchange which is a lovely old colonial building with a very nice curved rear where merchants gathered to sell their wares. We then went to Christ Church where congress worshipped as a group. Next stop was Elfreths Alley, the oldest residential street in America, then onto Betsy Ross's house ...
... Lobby) (Entrance on Broad and Ontario Streets)
3501 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA. 19140
You will meet Chief Residents in the main hospital lobby (at 7 am)
Please be advised, you will be transported to Moss Hospital in the am where you will attend Grand Rounds and first interview with Moss Hospital faculty (after Grand Rounds). Prior to noon you will be transported back to Temple University Hospital for lunch with residents and interviews ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services