Crowne Plaza Hotel Philadelphia - King Of Prussia
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Of course we all know how much fun it is to plan a trip and this was no exception. We had been to Salzburg twice previously. Once just to tour the fortress & eat lunch. The other time we took a train from Innsbruck, visited Mozart’s birth house and the shops on the Getreidegasse and took the train back again. So we were really ignorant of the city. The tourist information bureau ...
... is also accessible free of charge, but the line is very long. We don't want to loose 2 hours today for that so we go back to the bus tour for another round, this time hopping on and off at certain places the way it should be done. Even though they expect rain since the morning, the sky looks threatening, the sun fights back and keeps us company throughout the whole day, leading again to temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius. For our last dinner we end up at an Italian ...
... walked around, up to the town hall district. There are very impressive old buildings including the huge Wannamakers Dept Store which is now a Macys.
I arranged to meet Steve outside the venue for Friday’s show. Steve likes to scout out the venues well in advance. The theatre is in South Street which a long street populated by bars, restaurants, boutiques, comic shops, youth culture shops and adult recreational shops.
We are both tired so ...
Walked by after dropping in to schedule our Crossfit session. Decided to indulge fully in our non paleo adventure.
We both got an affogato, which is an espresso on top of gelato. I got Cannella, which is Vietnamese cinnamon. She chose the Fior Di Latte, which is sweet Amish ...
... Wind and Fire, Estelle (of 'American Boy' fame), the girl who sang 'I'm not going to write you a lovesong', and many more). Suffice to say, it was overwhelmingly fantastic. and to top it all off, there was yet ANOTHER fireworks display abover the beautiful neoclassical Philadelphia Museum of Art in the Park. I was exhausted, what with all that patriotism. In fact, I was almost slightly confused. This would NEVER happen in England, and I'm kind of glad, but I'll tell ...