Crowne Plaza Hotel Philadelphia - King Of Prussia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we continued our walk. We passed many interesting sites and I had the best time walking through downtown Philly because there was just so much to see! You really had to keep your eyes open and look left and right as well as up in order to not miss a thing! Pete took us to the famous Rocky Steps, where Rocky Balboa once did his preparations to fight in the world heavyweight championship. Needless to say I followed his example and raced the guys up the stairs where we did ...
... think about our current political situation. Remember, candidates for President didn't even campaign for the office until 1828. And there were no political parties in the beginning, maybe what they called factions, but no political parties that run almost all elections. Most of them didn't enjoy the office of President. Most died without much money. I wonder if they could even imagine our political arena today.
I was then off to ...
... what it was...not a room made for tours, but for doing the Nation's work. It was awe-inspiring to stand in the same room where America became a Nation. It made me thankful for the liberties and freedoms we do have, even if there are more I wish we had.
After our half-hour tour of Independence Hall, we went across the street to visit the Liberty Bell. It sits in the "Liberty Bell Center", which is an elongated room where you pass several exhibits about the ...
This boutique, luxury hotel was right in Philly's Central City. We loved the ultra modern and eco-friendly decor. We were treated very well with an early 10:30AM check-in, two free drink vouchers, and VIP goodies in the room. The hotel also had a daily wine tasting, which I tool advantage ...
... few guys from the hostel, I attended yet another concert that evening, with yet another round of US armed forces theme songs (the coastguard has them all beat, although the airforce wins the campest song contest by a mile), which was great, but the main event was yesterday - July 4th. I arose early to witness a round of justifiably self-congratulatory speeches, as well as a surprisingly socialist speech by Philly's mayor, and then the parade. My. God. I had no idea ...