Crowne Plaza Hotel Philadelphia - King Of Prussia
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... but my worries were unnecessary, as usual.
My last fear was getting along with the group (I haven't even met everybody yet) but everyone seemed friendly and enthusiastic at the airport despite it being 5am. Our group is small (5 in total) so everyone should be able to get to know each other fairly well by the end of the trip.
So, with all my fears behind me, there's nothing left to do but to enjoy my experience and to embark on a new ...
We only had the morning in Philadelphia before leaving for Williamsburg, Virginia. We had a great morning! We took a taxi to the Betsy Ross House, walked from there to Elfreth's Alley, Christ Church and then saw the Liberty Bell. We finished off with lunch in the Reading Terminal Market and then took off for the long drive to Virginia.
Betsy Ross House
This was our first stop for ...
... terminal [it was going to be 500MP for a cab] and I booked a 1000 transfer with Ado 121MP.
Returned to the hotel for farewells to the Translator and then Greg/Brian who are doing a dive together.
Hopefully the Imodium will get me through the day! Polished off yesterday's blog. Told Greg he could have the balance of the tequila for an onward gift.
Between the heat, the fatigue ...
... are still seeing lots of green trees but less firs and more leafy green ones. And still some large rocks along the way too, but certainly not on a scale that we did further north. Our hotel in Philly is in the "Old City" and we had to wait for the loading zone to clear before we could check in as the parking was a block + away. Ah, the city! But it is probably one of the nicer "old" hotels I've visited, with large rooms and modern amenities. So, all's ...
... had amazing details – but the limited hands-on activities made it less exciting perhaps to the kids. The Academy itself is billed as America's oldest natural history museum, founded in 1812. It was very well maintained and an ease to walk through and explore as the crowd was light. We did bump into some fellow Texans along the way, however.
Before our exit we visited the gift shop for reminders of our visit. Jadin got a writing pad which he wanted to begin a journal of ...