Courtyard by Marriott Philadelphia Valley Forge
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
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... watched the Pittsburgh Steelers crush the Baltimore Ravens late one evening. Andrea had fallen asleep on the couch and it was impressive she was able to sleep through the sudden booms of encouragement or frustration from Uncle Tom. I was awake and jumped whenever Uncle Tom yelled at the team members or the referees. Everyone was 'connected' to something electronic...it was kind of funny looking around and seeing how everyone had a phone, iPad, the TV ...
... the flight . Landing was a bit sketchy as there was cross winds but we hit the ground safely 30 mins early :-) . So got back at like 12am and hit the sack around 3am . Woke up at 8am and got showered and thought **** me I'm actually here plus no jetlag as that must be for girls or something :-) felt fine so had some breakfast and headed off to get some essentials , crack , beer , smokes that sorta **** ...
... talking with them last night over dinner and to Tracy this morning at breakfast. It was a pretty uneventful ride into Philly, about 50 miles or so. I got to see the liberty bell and I took a tour of Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and the constitution were drafted. I didn't realize the constitution wasn't written until 1787, I must have fallen asleep that week in history class. ...
... and two stops back.
Yesterday I got up early (by the hostels standards) and caught a taxi to Union Station so I could get the Megabus to Philadelphia. I was there about 45 minutes early and the bus was about 45 minutes late, so I got to do a lot of standing and waiting in line. The bus seemed a bit dodgy to me. We were meant to stop in Baltimore but instead we stopped at some mall about 20 minutes out of Baltimore and I'm pretty sure we drove off ...
... of Philadelphia to hear the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence by Colonel John Nixon.
The Pennsylvania Assembly ordered the Bell in 1751 to commemorate the 50-year anniversary of William Penn's 1701 Charter of Privileges, Pennsylvania's original Constitution. It speaks of the rights and freedoms valued by people the world over. Particularly forward thinking were Penn's ideas on religious freedom, his liberal stance on Native American ...